Danny is a third-year law student at Trinity College, and is also the co-president of Trinity College Law Society and the Oxford Society for
Commercial Law. He has been doing ongoing pro bono advisory work for Citizens Advice and the Oxford Pro Bono Working Group.
Anna is a first-year law student at Lincoln College. Passionate about means of addressing inequalities,
Anna has developed a hands-on approach during years of volunteering, and a penchant for
blue-sky thinking as editor of a social issues newsletter.
Rhea is a third-year law student at Lady Margaret Hall. She has had experience being the LMH Law Society President and an Access Ambassador for the Law
Faculty. Her main goal is to allow students at Oxford to hear from people involved in human rights law to demystify the field.
Maeve is a second-year law
student at Wadham College,
where she acts as secretary of Wadham Law Society. She is keen to pursue a career at the bar, particularly focusing on areas of human rights. Her aim is to use her role within OHRSS to advocate for opportunities
within the legal industry that
Nicholas is a second-year law student at Wadham College, and is part of the executive committee for the Oxford Pro Bono Working Group, and writes for numerous student
publications. He is interested in engaging with ideas, careers, and opportunities in the field of human rights law, and hopes to give them greater exposure at Oxford.
Among a team of dedicated law students, Henrietta is a third year English student at New College. Having served both on the General Committee and as Secretary for the Oxford Law Society she is passionate about engaging students with the legal industry, but looks to combine this with her passion for social justice both through university wide access initiatives and through OHRSS.