Saad Minhas, Editor-in-Chief
Saad is a final year LLB Law Student at the University of Westminster. He has also been voted President of the university’s Law Society Executive for 2011-2012, following his success as Course Representative in his first year and Vice President of the Law Society in his second year. Previously, he has studied Conflict Resolution at the University of Toronto and volunteered in various roles including youth mentorship and legal advocacy. As the Law Society’s first academic journal, The Westminster Law Review is very much his brainchild. Saad also has over three years’ professional experience in infrastructure consulting as a Commercial Specialist.
Shamima Chowdhury, Executive Director
Shamima Chowdhury is a final year LLB Law student at the University of Westminster. She has completed numerous work experience and internships with major law firms, including Pinsent Masons LLP and 29 Bedford Row Chambers.
Sherif Elgebeily, Academic Editor
Sherif Elgebeily is a Doctoral Researcher in International Law at the University of Westminster, focusing on the United Nations Security Council and the global rule of law. Prior to this, he was awarded an MA in International Human Rights Law summa cum laude from the American University in Cairo and undertook several internships including the United Nations Department of Political Affairs in New York, the European Commission in Brussels and the Child Law Centre in Pretoria.
Pravin Jeyaraj, Academic Editor
Pravin Jeyaraj is a Doctoral Researcher in Environmental Law at the University of Westminster and he is interested in the UK government's waste and recycling policy. He has previously worked in property law, corporate social responsibility and as a journalist and has been awarded an MA in Journalism from the University of Westminster.