“This law firm has been amazing! They have put so much dedication and hard work into my case and gave me the best outcome I could have wished for, Annabel and Nahanni, they have been amazing and so supportive through extremely distressing times.”
Nahanni qualified as a solicitor in March 2022. She joined the company in June 2018 having previously assisted in a pro bono clinic offering support and guidance to those in traumatic situations whilst she studied for her LLB degree at Plymouth University. Nahanni graduated with a First Class LLB Hons and enrolled onto the Legal Practice Course alongside a masters degree in Law, Business and Management where she studied and worked with the Family Law Company as a paralegal.
Nahanni completed her training contact with The Family Law Company during the mist of the Covid-19 pandemic and now works within the Divorce & Finance and Private Children and DV teams. She is passionate about helping those who are most in need and endeavours to ensure that legal processes are clearly explained to minimise as much distress during proceedings.
Nahanni also sits on the Devon and Somerset Junior Lawyers Division committee as Social Secretary and very much enjoys being able to help young lawyers connect within the region.
Outside of work Nahanni enjoys long walks, travelling and spending time with family and friends.
- Securing a transfer of tenancy order from the court for a client whose ex-partner would not agree to remove themselves from the tenancy despite no longer being in occupation of the property.
- Drafting statements and legal submissions in respect of the admissibility of a covert recording within Children Act proceedings. The court ordered admissibility in our client’s favour.
- Assessing the eligibility of clients for Legal Aid, organising drug and alcohol testing and liaising with third parties in respect of serving injunction papers upon opponents that were made by the court without notice.
- Law, First Class Honours Degree, Plymouth University, 2015 – 2018
- LPC MSc, The University of Law, Exeter 2018 -2020