Angelina previously worked as a paralegal in the Civil Litigation department at Hickman and Rose Solicitors, assisting in high profile inquest cases, civil actions against the police, and human rights claims. She has also worked as a criminal case worker at Kaim Todner solicitors, where she dealt with a variety of Magistrates and Crown Court matters, and regularly represented clients during police station interviews.
She also accepts instructions in injunctive relief matters under the Family Law Act 1996.
Angelina sits on the Executive Committee for the charity Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights. Her role focuses on child rights and policy work, including the drafting of urgent action letters, and she leads the student division of the charity.
Angelina has also worked as a research assistant for the Bar Human Rights Committee.
BPTC – BPP Law School (Very Competent)
LL.M – United Nations Interregional Crime & Justice Research Institute (108/110)
LL.B – The University of Manchester (1st Class (Hons))
Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights
Communities Empowerment Network
RG Lawson Award – The University of Manchester
BPP Entrance Award
Inner Temple Exhibition Award
Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Award
Angelina Nicolaou of One Pump Court considers the recent use of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in prosecutions for drug operations which use the ‘County Lines’ distribution model.
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Angelina Nicolaou of 1 Pump Court comments on the implications of the case of Ivey v Genting Casinos  UKSC 27 for criminal cases dealing with the definition of dishonesty.
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