Chambers nominate Nabila Mallick of No5 for pro bono lawyer of the year
Nabila Mallick has been nominated by chambers at the suggestion of the bar bono unit for bar pro bono lawyer of the year.
Mallick’s nomination was supported by letters in support from clients. The bar pro bono made the recommendation on the commitment shown by her to bar pro bono work and to the Elaas scheme.
She has undertaken more than 12 cases this year and has demonstrated a commitment to ensuring access to the legal system irrespective of means. Mallick combines this with her practice of employment and public law immigration.
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