Nikki Ruparella

Trainee Solicitor

Tell us about your career.

I have always known that I wanted to become a solicitor. I began my legal career working with my father at his law firm in the Midlands in the Immigration Department and subsequently worked for one of the largest Mental Health Firm’s in the country. I joined Bookers & Bolton in 2019 as a trainee solicitor and will be on a journey to develop my knowledge in many areas.

In which areas of law do you specialise?

I specialise in Immigration Law. I am also knowledgeable in Family Law, Personal Injury, Business Laws and further developing my knowledge in other areas.

What do you offer the clients of Bookers & Bolton?

I aspired to become a solicitor because I wanted to help people as the law affects us all in our day to day lives. I would like to offer client’s quality advice whilst taking into consideration the difficult situations they may be in.

Do you offer home visits and out of hours services?
Yes, I am happy to visit clients in their homes at a time that suits them.

Tell us about you.

Where did you grow up and what are your earliest memories?

I grew up in the Midlands and my earliest memories are going to work with my dad where I learnt that he loved to play solitaire, the card game on the computer during his lunch breaks.

What was your first job?

I worked with my dad and learning the ins and outs of running a business as well as being introduced to the world of lawyers.

What are your hobbies?

I love going to the coast, keeping fit at the gym, and baking yummy food!

What are you most likely to do on a day off?

I like to spend time designing and being creative. Whether that be interior design or creating unusual but delicious recipes.

What country would you most like to visit and why?

I would like to visit Australia to visit the Great Barrier Reef as I love the sea and marine life.

What are your personal ambitions?

I would like to complete my training contract and become a fully qualified solicitor in many of areas of Law.