Blessing Mukosha Park


Blessing is currently a pupil supervised by Roger Laville (commercial and company) and has gained a range of experience on high-value insolvency, company and contract matters including researching the law in cases raising complex issues around international jurisdiction and foreign enforcement of judgments.


Blessing graduated from The University of Warwick with an undergraduate degree in History and Politics. After achieving a First Class in her dissertation on Legal Reform in post-apartheid South Africa, Blessing undertook the GDL at City University London. She received a commendation on the GDL, going on to complete the Bar Course at City Law School where she achieved an outstanding in Civil Advocacy and a Very Competent overall. Blessing’s GDL and Bar Course studies were supported by a scholarship award from The Inner Temple.

During the GDL and Bar Course Blessing was the Senior Director of the School Exclusion Project, representing the parents of children unlawfully excluded from School by challenging the exclusions under Judicial Review principles. Prior to commencing the Bar Course Blessing completed a Summer legal research internship at JUSTICE where she covered law and policy around Human Rights Issues, Youth Criminal Justice and Digital Accessibility in Courts. Following the Bar Course she completed a Summer Internship in Cape Town, South Africa at the University of the Western Cape Pro Bono Advice Clinic where she advised residents on criminal, family and marital property matters and completed outreach at a local Youth Detention Centre. Blessing’s Internship was funded by The Inner Temple’s Internship Award.

Prior to commencing Pupillage Blessing worked as a paralegal on two high-profile Public Inquiries for Local Authority and Cabinet Office Solicitors; as a Legal Assistant for a regional private Adult Social Care and Supported Living service provider; and she completed a range of regulatory compliance work drafting operational policies and safeguarding reports for the Local Authority and Care Quality Commission.