Rishika studied for LLB at The University of law in 2016 and went on to complete her Legal Practice course and Masters in Law, at the University of Law in 2017, obtaining a commendation. Rishika joined Appleman Legal in October 2017 as a paralegal in the Mental Health and Mental Capacity department. Within her role, she assists and advises detained and community clients with all aspects of the Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act.
Rishika has had the opportunity to work alongside many charities that help vulnerable clients such as the National Centre of Domestic Violence, Asian’s women centre, North Kensington law centre and UNICEF. She enjoys fundraising for Charities and travelling in her spare time.
Area of Practice• Mental Health Law