Nili has a broad civil and public law practice. She has general litigation experience from the private and public sectors, and has also worked internationally at the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague, the Netherlands.
Nili has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury matters including CTP, public liability, medical negligence and historical abuse claims.
Nili’s experience in personal injury ranges from soft tissue injuries to catastrophic claims, and also historical and institutional abuse claims following the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Her particular passion and expertise is in the area of institutional and historical abuse claims involving government departments. She has represented numerous plaintiffs in claims against institutions for child sexual abuse.
Nili also practices in wills and estates, family provision claims and probate matters in the Supreme Court of NSW.
Immediately prior to being called to the Bar, Nili was the litigation Manager of the Coronial Inquests and Hague Convention team at the NSW Government Department of Family and Community Services. She has particular expertise in conducting coronial inquests, and has given seminars on coronial law at the UNSW CLE programs.
Nili holds a Bachelor of Law with Honours and a Bachelor of Commerce from Macquarie University. She obtained a Masters of Law in 2017.
Nili is an Adjunct Lecturer teaching Advocacy, Ethics and Civil Litigation at the College of Law.