Ffion Lloyd

Human Rights and Immigration Caseworker

Ffion is predominantly engaged in Human Rights, Refugee and Immigration law work under the supervision of Solicitor Naga Kandiah.


Whilst studying her Law degree between 2016 and 2020, Ffion focused mainly on International Law subjects such as International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law. She started her LPC and MSc at the University of Law in Moorgate in September 2020. Ffion has previously volunteered at a professional independent advocacy organisation, which supports adults with learning disabilities so that they can "live the life they choose". 


During her A-Levels, Ffion studied Ethics, Politics and English literature and in 2019 received an award from the BDA for being the third most influential young adult in Britain with dyslexia.


Ffion aspires to become a barrister and hopes to continue to work in the human's rights and international law sector, more particular focusing on the rights of female refugees.


  • University of Law, London – September 2020 to date - LPC and MSc in Law;

  • University of Gloucestershire – 2016 - 2020 - LLB Bachelor of Law (Hons.)