Nadia Ryman joined MK Law in May 2022. She qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has also obtained her Higher Rights and Duty solicitor qualifications.
Nadia specialises in Proceeds of Crime (POCA) proceedings ranging from large-scale confiscation matters, s.11 extension of time to pay applications, s.23 variations of orders including old style Certificate of Inadequacy matters.
She also represents clients in the enforcement of orders in the Magistrates Court where the court considers imposing default terms of imprisonment.
She is a ‘Band 2’ recommended lawyer in the Chambers and Partners legal directory 2023 in relation to POCA Work and Asset Forfeiture, which states;
“Nadia Ryman’s knowledge of the POCA is amazing.”
“She will put in the time and effort, and each client is important to her, whether privately funded or funded by legal aid.”
Nadia Ryman is well respected for handling confiscation proceedings relating to fraud cases. She has broad experience in acting on both domestic and cross-border matters.
The Legal 500 also stated that she was ‘A confiscation specialist par excellence’ 2004
As well as her POCA work she undertakes cases ranging from smaller offences through to murders, large scale and complex boiler room and MTEC fraud and drug offences.
Nadia often represents clients at the police station interview through to the conclusion of their cases both at the Magistrates Court and the Crown Court.
Some of Nadia’s notable cases
R v G – (Southwark Crown Court) Confiscation matter involving a solicitor involved in a sophisticated fraud, forgery and money laundering on behalf of ‘politically exposed persons’ in Africa where the Crown seek to recover £30.8million.
R v W (Southwark Crown Court) Confiscation arising from a £27.5 million boiler room fraud
R v S (Central Criminal Court) Confiscation arising from £1.1m fraud against online marketplace Amazon
R v B (Central Criminal Court) £1.25 million Confiscation arising from the sale of fake bomb detection devices.
Operation Spire- (Woolwich Crown Court) confiscation matter following conviction from the Hatton Gardens jewellery robbery in which the Crown were seeking £13.6m in confiscation.
R v N (Central Criminal Court) High profile case involving possession of firearms and ammunition.
R v A (Central Criminal Court) Murder. Client was subsequently acquitted on appeal