UCL Faculty of Laws


UCL Laws LLB student Firoza Dodhi is featured in the ‘7 questions’ section of the UCL website

30 May 2017

UCL Laws LLB student Firoza Dodhi talks about studying at UCL, why volunteering is important, her future career, her hobbies and the confident women who inspire her

Firoza Dodhi

‘What are you studying and when do you graduate?

I am studying for a Bachelor of Laws (LLB Hons) and will graduate in July 2017.

Why are you interested in this subject and what do you plan to do in the future?

Like any 13-year-old who reads To Kill A Mockingbird for the first time, I was intrigued by a seemingly esoteric notion – justice: that the legal system was accessible, transparent and fair to all that relied upon it. I chose to read laws at UCL because I am inspired by the potential the law affords to contribute to society: making aspects more efficient and improving existing structures.

I am determined to follow a career that allows me to do so. A legal background has provided me to the ability to critically examine the evolving world that surrounds us, and develop potential solutions to problems that arise.

I will be completing my LLM in the coming year so that I can gain a broader understanding of where my interests and abilities align.’

Read the full interview on the UCL website