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Supporting Auckland Law School
We at Auckland Law School are an amazing, diverse, multifaceted and inspirational bunch of people from all walks of life. Meet some of the people who make up our school.
Our humans talk about their stories.
When Sarah is not out and about at our law school, she rides horses and windsurfs for fun.
Jess Ah Koy, not your typical mature student, credits the Pacific Island Law Students’ Association for helping support her.
Josh Chang talks about what he finds motivating.
George is an awesome hockey player who is also doing a conjoint in law and commerce at the University.
Besides being a law student and also studying for a BA, John is an active member of the Rainbow Whanau group.
Destiny’s life is focused on family, church and studying. Sometimes it can be a bit of a balancing act.
Janelle is a Law student with Tongan and Pakeha heritage.
Adriana Bird is studying for a BSc in Environmental Science and Geography, as well as Law.
Angelina originally studied Health Science but now studies Law.
Anna Zam is a Law student also studying for a BA in English and Philosophy.
Ben Cleland's a Law student and comedy enthusiast.
Bret Gower loves the enthusiasm and commitment from students at Auckland Law School.
From Tonga, Chesta recognises the opportunities and sacrifices that have helped her get to Auckland Law School.
Ciara always thought she would choose a career involved in sport.
Dania is a law student also studying BCom (Economics).
Destiny Fruean is giving some insight on how to balance life as a mother and a law student.
Dr Deborah Waxman
Already a doctor, Deborah Waxman would like to head into an area of law that uses her medical knowledge.
Gary’s a Law student also studying for a BA in Drama and History.
George Muir is a law student also studying BCom and is an excellent hockey player.
Haya Khan is studying for a BA in Communications as well as Law.
Jade Magrath is a Law student also studying for a BA in Politics and International Relations.
Jess Ah Koy
Jess Ah Koy is entering her eighth year of study at University of Auckland and loves the friendships she has made.
John Kingi is a Law student also studying for a BA, and he's a member of Rainbow Youth.
Law and BCom(Hons) student Josh Chang loves watching others succeed and giving things a go.
Mother and Law student Julia Burger is managing to fit in all that life offers.
Karen Chow’s a Law student interested in the environment.
Maria’s a Law student also studying for a BA in English and Philosophy.
A Law student also studying for a BA (Sociology and Politics), Olive Brown is interested in human rights.
Law student Radhika Reddy believes in the importance of being resilient.
As well as Law, Rima Shenoy is studying BA(Hons) in Political Science and International Relations.
Sarah van Beek
Sarah van Beek is a windsurfer, horse rider and Law student.
Tayla Court’s a Law student also studying BCom (Accounting).
Taymuraz Zaseev is a mature Law student, immigration adviser and family man.
Humans on video
The humans of Auckland Law School chat about their success. It comes in many forms.
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