Nimisha is a senior associate at Keller Lenkner UK. She investigates misconduct by multinational corporations relating to the misuse of personal data, the mis selling of financial products and actions resulting in unlawful environmental damage.
Nimisha started her career at Linklaters LLP, and she has specialised in fraud and corruption investigations and compliance. She has acted as defending solicitor in several high-profile cross-border regulatory investigations, complex litigations, and criminal trials, in both domestic and international courts. She has also advised 40+ organisations, across a range of sectors, on implementing compliance programs to enhance ethical culture.
Nimisha is passionate about holding large corporations to account and applying her experience to fight for legal justice for individuals. Her personal values are reflected in ongoing pro bono work, including sitting on the Board of Trustees of the United Nations Association.
Nimisha is widely published, including in the Wall Street Journal. She has appeared as a keynote speaker on several panels and has been invited by the Council of Europe to advise law enforcement across Europe on sharing intelligence. She has been ranked by Global Investigations Review as one of the top 100 female investigations professional worldwide.
Nimisha read Economics and Management at Oxford University and went on to complete her GDL and LPC, and later an LL.M in Public International Law and Human Rights.