Nisha Parmar

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Nisha qualified as a solicitor in May 2013 and is based in our Hayes office. Nisha is a talented and insightful solicitor, covering anything from murder to common assault in our General Crime practice area. She regularly attends Police Station interviews, Magistrate Courts and Crown Courts for our clients across Greater London. Nisha is a highly regarded team player of our Crown Court department and has a particular interest in Sexual Offences. When asked about her time at ABV Nisha explained that, ‘I enjoy working for a prestigious firm that strives to give their clients quality advice and representation, be it at the Police Station, Magistrate’s Court or the Crown Court.’

Nisha studied law at Brunel University and completed her degree in 2007. She then went on to complete her LPC in 2008 from the College of Law Bloomsbury.

Prior to joining ABV Solicitors, Nisha worked for a commercial litigation firm but found a new interest in Criminal Law and decided to explore this avenue within a criminal defence firm in June 2010. Nisha initially started as a Paralegal within ABV, quickly developing her skill set from the ground up. This gave Nisha a strong understanding of Criminal Law and was granted a Training Contract with ABV in 2011. On top of this, Nisha has also completed her duty status meaning that she regularly attends clients at Police Stations across London, in particular West London and the Thames Valley area.

Nisha is currently working on a Murder case (R-v-N) and is preparing for the trial in January 2015. Some of Nisha’s memorable cases of 2014 include the following:

  • (R-v-M) Aggravated Burglary with a samurai sword – the trial concluded after 2 days and our client was given a not guilty verdict.
  • (R-v-A) Kidnap, Robbery and Witness Intimidation – this case involved a 7 day trial with 3 co-defendants and after extensive preparation the client was given a not guilty verdict.
  • (R–v-A) The client was charged with 2 separate conspiracies to supply a large quantity of drugs.
  • (R-v-K) Conspiracy to convert criminal property involving over 12 co-defendants at Southampton Crown Court– this matter took the form of a 4 week trial and after intense deliberation the client was found not guilty.

Nisha is fluent in Punjabi and Hindi.

Team – Crown Court Team
Office – Hayes
Emailnisha.parmar@abvsolicitors.co.uk