Nina works as a trainee solicitor in the firm’s Human Rights Team on cases involving failings and misconduct within the criminal justice system, state detention and the immigration system.
Since joining Saunders Law in September 2020, Nina has been assisting our team of solicitors on a wide range of actions against the police and state bodies. These cases include claims for unlawful strip searches, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, assault, and discrimination, as well as breaches of privacy, data protection and the Human Rights Act. Nina has also worked on inquests into deaths of individuals following contact with the police and other state bodies.
Prior to joining Saunders Law, Nina worked as a Paralegal in the Actions against the Police Department at Tuckers Solicitors. She completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at City, University of London in 2019. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the Freie Universität, Berlin during which she received an Erasmus Scholarship to study at the University College London from 2015 to 2016.
Whilst undertaking her law conversion course, Nina volunteered at the No5 Chambers Immigration Human Rights Project and co-authored a Bail Observation Project report where she collated data on immigration bail hearings. Alongside her undergraduate degree, Nina volunteered for a charity supporting unaccompanied migrant and asylum-seeking children in Berlin, Germany.
Nina is committed to assisting clients whose human rights have been breached and holding the state to account. Nina is fluent in German.