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Our Team \ Malvika Jaganmohan (Regular Writer)


Malvika is currently undertaking a specialist family law pupillage at Coram Chambers. She graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) with First Class Honours in Law. She completed the LLM BPTC, funded by the Marchant Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn and the Dean’s BPTC Scholarship for Academic Excellence from Nottingham Law School. Prior to commencing pupillage, Malvika worked as a legal officer within the childcare team of a local authority legal services department. 

She has a particular interest in family law, access to justice, social mobility within the legal profession, children’s rights, social welfare, and the intersection of gender and race with the justice system.

Malvika can usually be found with her nose in a book (with a soft spot for romantic fiction and detective novels) or trying her hand at various creative hobbies with little success. 

Articles by Malvika

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'In Your Defence: Stories of Life and Law': An Interview with Sarah Langford 5th March 2019

Book Review: 'Eve Was Shamed' by Helen Kennedy QC 7th December 2018

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