Aleksandra Nowicka

KC Ambassador

UK

Profile Overview

Aleksandra is an LLM graduate from the University of Wroclaw. In July 2020 she achieved a Distinction in the GDL course at the University of Westminster, with a plan to start PhD research degree at the mother campus in the area of EU Law, as well as LPC at ULaw, Moorgate Campus in London.

She contributes as a writer for The Student Lawyer Platform and just became a mentor for Generation Success. She is also a member of the 93% Club at the University of Law promoting more accessible legal profession through promotion of law studies among the students from state school backgrounds.

She is also a legal blogger and the founder of fromlawyerslife.com – an international platform collaborating with law students and young professionals around the globe in order to promote legal education and pursuing legal career.

Her work experience mostly amounts to commercial law cases and legal service for corporate clients, including banks. She also held the position of a judicial assistant in the civil appeal division for over two years.

Why Kissoon Carr?

Mentoring and connecting with people are very important, and Kissoon Carr does both very well. Organisations like Kissoon Carr have helped me with networking and getting an insight into the legal market in London, which now I am aware that I knew almost nothing about when I moved to the UK (not that long ago). Now, I would like to give back and share my experience with other law students and young professionals. I understand how stressful it is to be looking for placements or other job opportunities just by yourself, without any assistance or tips of those already engaged in legal market. Thanks to Kissoon Carr potential candidates are not alone and can receive thorough job application assistance, including networking or LinkedIn tips.

Languages

  • Mother language: Polish
  • Business proficiency: English
  • Intermediate: French
  • Basic: German

Societies, Charities & Affiliations

Aleksandra actively promotes diversity and inclusion projects. In September she will co-organise insight events for state schools’ pupils as the member of the 93% Club at the University of Law. She also supports local community by volunteering for the Citizen Advice office.

In the past she was a volunteer tutor for the pupils with learning difficulties and from underprivileged backgrounds. She was also taking part in fundraising for the children hospice.