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Omiros Nicholas

Director & Solicitor

Omiros Nicholas is one of the founding members of GN Law. He is a Director and Solicitor at GN Law, and a Law Society Mental Health Tribunal Panel member, as well as the Compliance Officer for Legal Practice for the firm.

About Omiros

Omiros regularly represents clients at First-tier Tribunals (Mental Health), focusing mainly on cases with a forensic aspect as well as supervising his team within the Mental Health Department.

When necessary and appropriate cases are pursued to the Upper Tribunal (on appeal) and through the appellate courts.

Education

  • LPC (Distinction), University of Westminster (2000-2001)
  • CPE (Common Professional Exam), Commendation (1999-2000)
  • Masters in European Literature (Commendation), University of Kent at Canterbury (1996-1997)
  • BA Modern English Literature since 1850 (Upper Second), University of Kent at Canterbury, (1992-1996)

Career

Omiros trained and qualified as a solicitor in 2003 whilst working for Galbraith Branley Solicitors in North London.

Professional Memberships

  • Law Society Mental Health Panel Member
  • Member of the Mental Health Lawyers Association
  • Ranked in Chambers and Partners

Languages

Omiros is fluent in Greek 

Personal Interests and Activities 

Omiros is a keen footballer and played for his university and his community (Komi Kebir FC). 

What Clients Say

  • ‘I was very impressed with the solicitor who represented Mr X, a Mr Omiros Nicholas. He was on top of his game and I was blown away.’ (Consultant Psychiatrist)
  • “Good listener. Very good at the service provided”
Chambers Ranked - Omiros Nicholas

Recent Articles

Omiros Nicholas takes a look at the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 and restrictions on movement.
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In 1924 Lord Hewart, in Rex v. Sussex Justices ex parte McCarthy, coined the phrase “Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done” and has been quoted ever since when emphasising the importance of public confidence in the effectiveness of our legal system. It is quite understandable that Lord Hewart could not have foreseen...
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