An Arbitrator and Mediator based in the UK, Eunice is currently a PhD Candidate at Canterbury Christchurch University, focusing on Investor-State disputes and International Trade Negotiations. She is a member of the Ghana Bar, a UK Solicitor-Advocate and a Council Member of the Law Society of England and Wales. With
Sola Ephraim-Oluwanuga was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1986. He is the Head of Chambers of O.S Ephraim-Oluwanuga & Co (Legal Practitioners, Arbitrators & Notaries Public). Oluwanuga has acted as Arbitrator in various capacities in a number Disputes. Oluwanuga is a Fellow and Chartered Arbitrator of the Chartered Institute
Retired Judge of the High Court of Tanzania (10 years as Judge), Advocate (17 years), Lecturer in Law, University of Dar es Salaam (10 years). Acted as Arbitrator in several domestic arbitrations and four international arbitrations. Acted as counsel in several international and domestic arbitrations. Conducted various trainings and made
I was born on the 28th of September 1974 to Edward and Victoria Elachi, indigenes of Okpoga Village in Okpokwu Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria. I had my early primary school education at Makurdi, Abuja, and finally Sagamu. I attended Mount Saint Gabriel’s Secondary School, Makurdi, and at
Hon. Mary Ang’awa, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She has been practicing Arbitration and hearing matters of construction /refurbishing and of building leases. She undertook the course in mediation and is an accredited mediator. She spent some time as a tutor of the Chartered Institute of
Astute international commercial dispute resolution skills against a background of specialist international trade law training. Hands on experience in Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and infrastructure project finance transactions. Extensive knowledge of project management, public governance and procurement processes.