I have about eight years of experience practicing public international law. My main area of focus is public international law and public international law related disputes. I am a Fulbright Scholar, and I received my legal education at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Abdul Jinadu has been a practising barrister and arbitrator in Keating Chambers since 1996, specialising in construction, engineering and energy disputes, and domestic and international arbitration. He is bi-lingual in English and Yoruba and maintains significant contacts with his home country of Nigeria. He is Secretary Pro Tem of the
Legal adviser for the Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs (“MOFA“) and former Head of International Law Division affiliated with the Egyptian State Lawsuits Authority (“ESLA“). He represented Egypt in 45 international arbitrations and cases between August 2010 and June 2018, 35 thereof were investment treaty cases filed before ICSID, PCA
I am based in Senegal and Ivory Coast and I practice as arbitrator and Counsel as well. I have been appointed in arbitrations as Counsel under ICSID and as arbitrator under ICC, UNCITRAL and OHADA.
Justice Torgbor has many years of experience in the legal, judicial and academic fields, and in dispute resolution. Formerly a barrister in England, he is currently a Specialist International and Chartered Arbitrator and Mediator based in Nairobi, Kenya. His international experience is underpinned by having completed his law degrees at
I obtained an LL.B. (Hons.) degree from the University of Lagos Nigeria in 1981 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1982. I attained the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria in 2013. In 1998 I became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators U.K. and a Chartered
Funmi Roberts, Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb.), Fellow of Nigerian Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Institute of Construction Industry Arbitrators (ICIArb). Served as mediator, arbitrator or adjudicator in various types of disputes including oil and gas, infrastructure development, construction disputes etc. Member, Global Panel of Mediators of CEDR, LCIA, Guild of Adjudicators
Mrs. Dorothy Udeme Ufot, SAN is the founding and Managing Partner of Dorothy Ufot & Co, a leading law firm in Nigeria where she heads the International Arbitration and Litigation departments of the firm. Dorothy is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and a Chartered Arbitrator. She
Mrs. Rhodes-Vivour, SAN, C.Arb has extensive experience as arbitrator and counsel under institutional rules and ad-hoc proceedings. She is listed on the international panel of various leading arbitration institutions. She is a member of the Court of the ICC Paris International Court of Arbitration, a vice president of the LCIA
Managing Partner of the firm and one of the leading lawyers in Botswana with a wealth of local and International experience, and is listed in Who’s Who of Southern Africa, and the International Who’s Who of professionals in Washington D.C. He has spoken at several International Conferences on International Arbitration