Muna is a paralegal in the Housing and Social Care department where she deals with social/community care, homelessness, disrepair and possession cases. Muna will begin her training contract at Osbornes Law in September 2020.
Prior to joining the firm Muna worked as a senior paralegal in a local authority and a paralegal in another London based firm specialising in social care.
She studied foreign languages at the School of Oriental and African Studies and graduated in 2010 with a 2:1. Since then, Muna has worked and volunteered for several years with vulnerable young people before undertaking legal studies. She completed her LPC with distinction, in 2019, at London Metropolitan University.
Muna has spent several years working as a youth advocate with young people in and around the care system. She is passionate about the rights of young people and founded Coram Voice’s national writing competition “Voices” as well as publishing a book “An Advocate’s Guide to Complaints in England” (https://www.pavpub.com/health-and-social-care/health-practice/an-advocates-guide-to-complaints-in-england).
Outside work Muna enjoys reading, travelling and anything geeky.