Thea Katelynn Harman is a visually impaired, neurodivergent international student. She is a student ambassador, studying a Master of Arts in Law with the SQE1 preparation course [MA Law (SQE1)] at The University of Law Leeds campus. She has a South African LLB degree with the University of South Africa (UNISA) and possesses certifications in the Introduction to Lexis Nexis, Introduction to Trial Advocacy from the Black Lawyers Association, Doxit Software Training from the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) / Legal Education and Development (LEAD), School for Legal Practice, Introduction to Anti – Corruption and in Anti – Corruption: Prevention of Corruption from the UNODC Global e –Learning.
She has participated in moot courts, speech competitions, social events and even made her own YouTube channel. Thea enjoys a good problem that needs to be solved, be it a legal problem or an everyday one. She believes that everyone should be treated equally, including wild and domestic creatures, and when someone has done a wrong they must put it right.