Called to the Bar: 2004
Nadia specialises in employment and discrimination law and in professional discipline. She represents clients at all levels of Tribunal and Court, including the Supreme Court.
She also provides advice and other assistance during legal disputes. Nadia has been recognised as a leading practitioner in employment law in Chambers & Partners for several years where she is recommended as being “excellent on her feet”; “very practical and a great tactician”; “incredibly tenacious in negotiations and on her feet”; “impresses clients with her commercial approach”.
Nadia read law at St John’s College, University of Oxford where she was a Lovells prize winner. She was awarded the Frank Knox Fellowship at Harvard University where she attended the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies and Harvard Law School, graduating with an LLM and receiving the Dean’s Prize for Leadership.
Prior to joining Chambers, Nadia worked for the Law Commission of England & Wales and the European Roma Rights Centre, Budapest. She also held lecturing posts at King’s College London, Reading University and Westminster University. She was a teaching fellow at Harvard University.
Outside of court, Nadia regularly lectures, writes and commentates. She has appeared on BBC and Channel 4 News discussing the implications of various landmark cases.