Nilima joined Deo Volente Solicitors in November 2017 as a paralegal assisting in the Civil Litigation department. She has since successfully progressed onto becoming Trainee Solicitor from April 2018.
She graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2013 with a 1st in LLB Law, and completed her LLM LPC at the University of Law in 2014.
Prior to joining the firm, Nilima worked with the Financial Ombudsman Service as an Adjudicator. As an Adjudicator, she dealt with various disputes between small and large businesses as well as individuals. Nilima’s role was to find a solution between parties and ensure everyone was happy with the result. With the highest record in her department at the Ombudsman Service, she was then promoted to casework development where she assessed how to continue improving the Service as a whole.
Nilima Left the Ombudsman Service January 2017 to gain further experience and joined the Crown Prosecution Service as a Paralegal.
During her time with the CPS, Nilima was able to learn and gain experience in areas such as Proceeds of Crime, traffic offences, offences against the person and many more. Nilima’s experience in court allowed her to see both sides and is now able determine the outcome of many cases.
Nilima then left the CPS to join Deo Volente Solicitors to enhance her experiences and build a career here with us. She deals with a number of matters including: Personal Injury, Employment, Breach of Contract, Repossession and many more. Nilima’s aim is to provide quality work and service to our clients and ensuring that the work on our cases are of high quality standards.
Nilima has worked with a number of charities including mentoring youth offenders with London Met Police, tutoring vulnerable women with City Gateway and designing/selling clothing with HumanAid UK.
In her spare time does art and calligraphy and volunteers for charities such as ‘Streets of London’ for the Homeless, ‘SaveTheWhales’ and Grove House.