A panel event organised by the School of Law and Careers Service at Goldsmiths.
Join us at this in person panel session to find out how employers and experts got started in the law industry and what their thoughts are on subjects like commercial awareness and the new SQE.
Speakers currently confirmed
Ilda de Sousa, Partner, Kingsley Napley
Ilda is a partner in the immigration team at Kingsley Napley. Ilda has more than ten years of UK corporate immigration law experience, managing large company clients as well as handling complex matters for individuals, British nationality applications, appeals, judicial reviews and applications under European Law including Brexit related advice. Prior to joining Kingsley Napley LLP, Ilda was the UK Country Manager for Emigra Europe Limited, a specialist global immigration consultancy firm, with service centres on three continents. She has also written several articles on a variety of subjects relating to UK Immigration law. She is recommended as a Thought Leader in the 2022 International Who's Who of Business Immigration Lawyers, Chambers and Partners, and is ranked as a Leading Individual in Legal 500 UK 2021. She has also been recognised in the Citywealth Leaders List 2020.
Catherine Morgan-Guest - Graduate Recruitment & Trainee Development Manager at Macfarlanes
Macfarlanes is a distinctive London-based law firm, focused on its clients and on delivering excellence in the international legal market.
Dagmar Myslinska – Lecturer, Department of Law, Goldsmiths University
Dagmar is a Lecturer in Law at Goldsmiths. Her research interests include migration, equality, the EU, and ethnicity and race. Dagmar convenes Immigration Law module on the LLB programme, supervises the Immigration branch of the Law & Policy Clinic, and is a contributor to ‘Britain in Europe’ thinktank.
She has authored numerous open-access reference articles on asylum law and has contributed to LSE BrexitVote Blog and various media outlets regarding migration issues. Before joining Goldsmiths, she had clerked for two federal judges in the USA and had taught law at several institutions in the USA and Japan. She had also practiced commercial and pro bono immigration law and has volunteered extensively for immigrant charities and human rights organisations. She is currently a member of the board of trustees of the Migrants' Rights Network. She studied at Yale University (BA, cum laude), Columbia University School of Law (Juris Doctor), and the LSE (PhD, Law).
Naomi Sander, Lawyers Against Poverty and Associate at Gowling WLG
Naomi Sander is an Associate at Gowling WLG and co-ordinator of Lawyers Against Poverty (LAP)’s Junior Lawyers Network (JLAP). Launched in June 2015, Lawyers Against Poverty is a growing membership network of lawyers who are passionate about fighting the injustice of poverty. They recognise that injustice and inequality are big factors in keeping people in poverty.
Dates & times
|Add to calendar
|14 Mar 2022
|5:00pm - 7:30pm
If you are attending an event and need the College to help with any mobility requirements you may have, please contact the event organiser in advance to ensure we can accommodate your needs.