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Nina Rathbone Pullen
Nina graduated from the University of Warwick with a first class honours degree in Politics with International Studies and achieved distinction in the Legal Practice Course.
Nina specialises in public law. Her caseload comprises judicial review and civil claims for compensation against the state; with a particular focus on the rights of people held in immigration detention.
Nina joined us in 2008 and qualified as a solicitor in 2012. She was awarded the Junior Lawyer of the Year at the 2015 Law Society Excellence awards for her outstanding work on behalf of victims of trafficking.
Her work representing victims of trafficking and Modern Day Slavery has had a lasting and positive impact on this area of law, clarifying and upholding the UK’s obligations to individuals who have survived human trafficking. Most recently, she acted for the Claimant in PK (Ghana) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 98.
Nina is committed to representing individuals held in immigration detention. She is dedicated to securing the release of her clients who are detained unlawfully by the Home Office and to achieving excellent financial settlements for clients who have been deprived of their liberty. She is praised by her clients for her empathy, care and passion.
The Legal 500 has recognised “Nina Rathbone Pullen’s ‘knowledge of immigration, detention, trafficking and community care law enables her to provide comprehensive advice to her vulnerable client base’.” (2018)
Nina is co-convenor of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association’s Removals, Detention and Offences working group. Before this she served as trustee for ILPA between 2014 and 2017.
University of Warwick
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Wilson Solicitors LLP’s public law department has a strong focus on immigration matters; practice head James Elliott, Nina Rathbone Pullen and Katy Robinson handle challenges to long-term immigration detention, often for vulnerable children, victims of trafficking, those with mental illnesses and physically disable individuals.The group also recently handled successful challenges against the Home Office for age-disputed children, and assists with obtaining access to social care and adequate housing by way of judicial review.