Mussa Yousef

Rabiah Tariq


British Muslims are one of the largest minority groups in the UK and are gravely underrepresented in the legal field. I have long been fascinated by the development of law as a response to changes in society and I believe that with British Muslims making up a significant proportion of the population it is important that appropriate protections are available to them.

My ambition is to qualify as a barrister and legal academic. My aim is to practise within the realm of commercial law, focusing specifically on property law issues, with a focus on a substantial amount of pro bono work as this is the best way I will be able to contribute to communities I identify with ethnically, religiously and socioeconomically.

Pursuing an LLM will enable me to further develop my organisational and interpersonal skills, as well as a nuanced understanding of taking a critical disposition.

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