Nina joined Capital in October 2018 and qualified as a Solicitor in our Employment and Immigration team in March 2021.
During her training contract, Nina was seconded to the in-house legal team at The Royal Mint, working on a wide range of commercial agreements and intellectual property queries.
Nina currently spearheads Capital Law’s pro bono initiative, which allows trainees to engage with the pro bono community by providing guidance and support to students who volunteer at the University of South Wales (USW) Legal Advice Clinic. Nina’s interest in pro bono work stems from her involvement in the Legal Advice Clinic whilst she was a student at USW.
Nina also supports and contributes towards Capital’s Welsh Law initiative, which promotes awareness of devolution and its impact on business in Wales.
“Nina spent around 8 months on trainee secondment with us at the Royal Mint and played an invaluable part in many key projects, certainly over and above what I would normally expect from a trainee solicitor. Nina is a pleasure to deal with and always approaches her work will enthusiasm and tenacity and a fine eye for detail. I would have no hesitation in instructing her on other commercial matters in the future.”
—Chris Inson, Legal Counsel | The Royal Mint (Secondment)