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Nigams Legal specialise in criminal law, civil disputes, motor vehicle accidents, workers compensation, wills and probates/inheritance matters. With more than 55 years combined experience within the profession, Nigams Legal are capable of providing excellent professional services to their clients.

Criminal Law

Perth’s choice for criminal law representation.

Motor Vehicle Accident

35+ years’ of experience in personal injury litigation.

Workers Compensation

Legal advice and practical assistance in relation to WC

Meet Our Lawyers

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Shash Nigam

Shash is a member of the Law Society of Western Australia and was national director for Western Australia of the Australian Lawyers Alliance. He is also on the stakeholder committee for Law Access (run through the Law Society of Western Australia).

Expertise

Criminal defence, ASIC matters, Criminal confiscation, Criminal injuries compensation matters and Australians in trouble overseas.

Sharad Nigam

Sharad Nigam has almost 40 years’ experience within the legal profession, having completed his Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Aligarh University in India back in 1975. Prior to this, Sharad completed a Bachelor of Science in 1969 and a Masters in Psychology in 1971 at Agra University in India.

Admitted to the High Court of Uttar Pradesh State (India) as an Advocate in October 1975, Sharad went on to practise law in Aligarh until January 1979. Two years later, he completed his Bachelor of Laws at the University of Western Australia.

Sharad is a member of the Law Society of Western Australia.

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Past Case Studies

HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

OKS v. THE STATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA

BOWERS AND ANOR. v DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS FOR WA

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