Before beginning my university career, I was a key member of the Student Advisory Group for Scotland. Ten Students from across the nation were selected and we were given the position to pitch our thoughts on how to optimise teaching within the new cirriculum of excellence within the Scottish education system.
Read More »
I am currently a student at Strathclyde Law School(Top ten law institution in the United Kingdom) After my Diploma in Legal Practice, it is my intention to become an advocate, with a further ambition to proceed into judging.
I am a...
Although my law degree equips me with the skills needed to draft certain legal documents and to advocate and represent clients on particular issues, it is my primary aim to provide those interested with my literary skill.
Before university, I set up my own newspaper along with a small group of friends and took the position of editor. We wrote articles typical of newspapers; from scrutinising and assessing the current politics of the day and writing our own discursive articles in our column, to providing readers with reviews and lists of music albums, we produced a successful newspaper which was sold internally within school students and parents.
Hence, if you need help writing a review, whether it be musical or other art form, or if you need someone to write up a report on a local issue, I am capable of doing this. In fact, I am willing to do any work that revolves around literature. I can produce fiction and non-fiction( I have an A in Advanced Higher English) and utilise my creative writing skills for whatever purpose.
Being an editor, I am skilled at proof reading works and would be happy to proof read anything.
Straying away from literature, as aforementioned, I am a law student, thus, if there is a legal issue or anything else regarding legality I can use my skills and teachings to help.
Read More »