Chloe Bloor is a Third-Year undergraduate LLB student. Chloe hopes to make positive changes within the law school and to ensure her peers gain the most from their time at Bristol University.
Her role as a representative allows her to sit with the staff-student liaison committee to discuss current issues students are facing, the resolution of these problems and to also reveal what students find beneficial within the law school. Chloe will lead the UBLC parenting scheme - a scheme that allows second-year law students to mentor first-year law students and is something Chloe really benefitted from during the first-year of her studies.
During her time at Bristol, in order to enhance her passion for law, Chloe has been involved with both the mooting and commercial awareness competition. She has undertaken work experience and attended a number of first-year open days at leading international law firms. Chloe is looking forward to her mini-pupilage in summer 2017.
Outside of law, Chloe is a part-time waitress and is currently a member of the Bristol Jet's Cheerleading Squad. As an avid traveller, Chloe has used her gap year and summer break whilst at university to travel both Europe and Southeast Asia. As third-year representative, Chloe aims to use her role to improve student experience within the law school.