39 Essex Chambers is delighted to announce that renowned advocate Nina Goolamali QC has joined Chambers, with immediate effect.
Nina joins from 2 Temple Gardens, with an extensive sports law and catastrophic personal injury practice.
She is highly regarded as a skilled and commercially astute advocate in her chosen fields.
Described by Chambers & Partners as “an exceptional leading counsel” and “one of the most knowledgeable and personable barristers around”, Nina is regularly instructed on behalf of Defendants in multi million pound press sensitive cases especially when a new duty or standard of care is being advanced.
She took silk in 2017 and is listed as a Leading Practitioner in both Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners 2021 in sport and personal injury.
Nina holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Law from King’s College, London and is a member of the Sport Resolutions UK Pro Bono Legal Service. In 2019, Nina was nominated as an FA Rule K Panel Arbitrator. On 1st April 2021, she was appointed as a Specialist Arbitrator on the Sport Resolutions Panel.
She is currently instructed by Kennedys Solicitors on behalf of World Rugby in the concussion test case litigation.
Lindsay Scott, Chief Executive of 39 Essex Chambers, says “It goes without saying that we are absolutely thrilled Nina is joining us. Her outstanding reputation in the market precedes her and her extensive personal injury and sports law experience make her a perfect fit for Chambers and adds even more strength to our considerable practices in both areas.”
Nina Goolamali QC adds: “I am delighted to have joined 39 Essex Chambers which is recognised for its pursuit of excellence and the efficient delivery of professional expertise. I had friends at 39 Essex before my arrival and have received a very warm welcome from Lindsay Scott and her impressive team. I look forward to a happy and productive career in my new legal home.”