From London Met to the Old Bailey – an inspirational talk for law students

Careers – Department of Student Services
presents

From London Met to the Old Bailey”

An inspirational talk from  Tunde Okewale, Barrister & Social Entrepreneur who will share his experiences about his journey from being a law student at London Metropolitan University to becoming a barrister- come and learn from his success

Email n.thapar@londonmet.ac.uk to book a place

When: Wednesday 28th November 2012
Time:   5pm -6pm
Room: GS 2-35

About Tunde Okewale:

Tunde completed his LLB from London Metropolitan University and is now  a barrister working at Doughty Street Chambers in London and practices in the areas of general crime, immigration and extradition; he is also interested in Public and International Law with an emphasis on Human Rights. Tunde recently won the ‘Young Lawyer of the Year Award 2012′at the 2012 Lawyer Monthly Barrister Awards. He was also a finalist in the 2012 Legal aid Lawyer of the year awards. Tunde is at present working on a new project called Urban   lawyers

www.urbanlawyers.co.uk

 which is being supported by Lovells pro bono unit.

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