MEET THE FOUNDERS
Director and Founder
Hi, I'm Adam, the founder of The Legal Pitch. I'm currently a second year LLB Law (EU and International) student at The University of Sheffield. The Legal Pitch was established due to our love of sport (mainly football) and desire to pursue legal careers. Throughout my first year I have been part of the university's pro-bono scheme, giving free legal advice to the community, which has provided me with invaluable legal research skills which I hope to transfer to our blog. This will ensure stimulating academic debate.
Hobby wise, I captain Law FC (the university's Law team), go running in the Peak District and have swam competitively from a young age.
I would like to work in the employment/litigation sector as a solicitor, however my options are definitely wide-open!
I'm Nathan, a second year LLB Law student. Much of my first year of university involved playing football for our subject law team alongside both Adam and Fin.
Outside of football, I volunteer as part of the Miscarriages of Justice Scheme, offering free legal aid to convicted criminals pleading their innocence. This work has highlighted the monotony and confusion associated with law, especially by those not studying it. The scheme also reaffirmed to me that being able to apply the law to real world dilemmas vastly improves one’s understanding of law.
Through this blog I hope to show how intellectually compelling the law can be, as well as how relevant it is to any sector of society. I also want to build a community that creates avenues for current law students to expand and exhibit their knowledge.
Hi, I’m Fin, and I am currently a second year LLB law student studying alongside Adam and Nathan at the University of Sheffield, and a co-founder of The Legal Pitch. Through the blog, I hope to introduce aspiring law students to some of the concepts they will be studying by using a shared passion for sport in order to make the subject more accessible.
I am also a bursary holder at an offshore law firm that operates in several jurisdictions which has given me hands on experience in a legal workplace, something I hope will allow me to give a different perspective on the articles that we share. Working and living in a different jurisdiction has enabled me to think comparatively and undertake varying methods of legal research.