I was at Kingston from 2007 until 2010, where I studied law with business.
I'd heard about the brilliant reputation of Kingston Law School from people around the world, which was definitely what first attracted me. Then, when I came to visit, I was so impressed with the beautiful university buildings, the friendly staff, the atmosphere and the town itself.
Work, play, determination
Yes I come back a lot. Many of my friends whom I met at Kingston still live in the area, so I visit them quite often. I also came back recently to attend the Law School's 50th anniversary event, which was a wonderful celebration and great seeing so many familiar faces.
Recently I was also invited to take part in a video for the Kingston Business & Law School ‘Rising Stars' campaign, which profiles the lives of the school's alumni. I was very honoured and proud to be asked to take part – you can see the video here!
Yes, of course, I'm still in touch with many of my friends from university. The ones I studied with, shared dorms with, and even a few I met randomly on the streets!
I expected to have completed my Master of Laws (LLM) in commercial Law, which I have, and I'm delighted to now be working at the international tax services department of Ernst and Young.
Completing the LLM at such an early age and working for a great accountancy firm.
Work hard, but play hard too - it's so important to find the right balance.
Mmm, I can't remember! Lots of things make me laugh, probably something on the TV.
Reading, watching TV and going to the beach.
I would take my family – I couldn't choose just one person!
Biographies! Obama's biography (among others), is a real source of inspiration for me.
I'm very emotional - and not as strong as everyone else thinks.
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