Student, University College London Faculty of Laws
Iqra Musaddaq is currently pursuing a Masters in Law LLM degree at University College London and is specialising in Corporate Finance and International Law.
Iqra graduated from the University of Warwick with a Bachelors in Law LLB degree in 2011. She was awarded the ‘Warwick Advantage Award’ for her outstanding performance and excellence in extracurricular activities whilst her time at Warwick. She was elected as the Academic Forum Coordinator for the Students Union in 2010 and served as an Officer on the Executive Committee. She was the only Undergraduate in her year to be selected as a permanent member of the University’s Board of Undergraduates. Mooting has been her biggest passion as a student. After winning the University’s Annual Competition, she also mooted for the United Kingdom Law Students’ Association and the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. She is currently representing University College London as the Lead Counsel for the Telders International Law Moot Court Competition.
Iqra is currently working as the Director and Founder of the Warwick STOP Campaign, a National Campaign aimed at raising awareness about women trafficking in the UK. Running in its second successful year, she is also the Co-founder of Ilmqilab, which is a philanthropic organization that aims at educating underprivileged children in Pakistani schools through Video Conferencing. Her passion for Law and the endeavor to make a difference is the driving force behind all her experiences.