Linklaters Legal Fellow
Nandini is a Linklaters Legal Fellow at JUSTICE, working on various projects in relation to administrative justice.
She is keenly interested in all areas of public and administrative law, access to justice, immigration-related human rights, and emerging strategic litigation in relation to business and human rights.
Nandini is also a Caseworker at the Public Law and Human Rights department of Wilson Solicitors LLP. She primarily works on judicial review and civil claims for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, spanning a broad range of areas including support for victims of trafficking; immigration detention; detention under the Terrorism Act 2000; asylum support; age assessments of asylum-seeking children; Care Act entitlements; the UK Government’s ARAP scheme; and the UK Government’s procurement of PPE made with forced labour in its supply chain. She also assisted the legal team in successfully representing the Appellant in the Supreme Court in Basfar v Wong.
Prior to her current roles, Nandini worked at an MP’s office and at Haringey Migrant Support Centre.
Nandini read History at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a First in 2018. She has recently completed the GDL and is currently undertaking the Bar Course.
Nandini was a candidate in the competitive Bridging the Bar Academy 2022 – 2023, as part of which she interned at the UK’s Supreme Court. She is particularly interested in supporting access to the legal profession for (young) carers and people from socially-mobile backgrounds.