Helena Siebenrock LL.M.’23 was honored with The Diana Award

Tuesday, July 4, 2023 - 15:05

Helena Siebenrock, a recent graduate from Católica Global School of Law, has been granted The Diana Award for her remarkable dedication in her daily life to create and sustain positive change. This prestigious award is the highest honor a young person can receive for their social action or humanitarian efforts. Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, The Diana Award charity is dedicated to fostering, developing, and inspiring positive change in the lives of young people.

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Helena's exceptional leadership in the 'Aberdeen Law Project' has garnered widespread recognition and support. Her groundbreaking initiatives, including the 'OutFit Like' scheme that provides business attire for job interviews, the 'Language Barrier Initiative' that improves accessibility of pro bono services through language support, and the 'Foodbank Partnership' addressing food insecurity, have made a significant impact in the community. Additionally, as a leader of 'Probonoskills.com' (PBS), Helena coordinates tailored training for law clinics, empowering students to bridge the justice gap and serve their communities effectively.

Expressing her gratitude upon receiving The Diana Award, Helena Siebenrock said that she was “honored to have been nominated by a fellow colleague and even more so to have received the Diana Award in recognition of my efforts towards access to justice and education through my previous work at the Aberdeen Law Project and ongoing work at Probonoskills.com”. Both initiatives, she added, “are a testament to what can be achieved when we come together to drive forward positive change, empowering students to do more, help more, and achieve more for communities"

Helena's unwavering commitment to social action and outstanding contributions to creating a better society have rightfully earned her The Diana Award. Her tireless efforts are an inspiration to everyone at Católica Global School of Law, and her work will undoubtedly continue to make a lasting impact on the lives of many.