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Morayo Fagborun Bennett
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Morayo is an ADR ODR accredited mediator and is happy to act in any dispute.  She has particular practical experience of all property related disputes, including those relating to social housing.

If you would like to instruct Morayo as a mediator, please contact Patrick Sarson.

Directory recommendations

Morayo is recommended by both Chambers UK and Legal 500 for Social Housing. The directories note:

  • “She has a mild exterior with a steely interior.” “Very diligent, thorough and impressive.” (Chambers UK)
  • “Has developed into a tremendous social housing barrister. She really gets the sector. Judges, clients and opponents all respect her. One who could go all the way.” (Legal 500)
  • “A vivacious barrister who takes on big cases with great skill”. (Chambers UK)
  • “Excellent in every respect; one of the housing Bar’s most consistent performers” (Legal 500)
  • “Solicitors like her and she genuinely knows her stuff” (Chambers UK)
  • “Very conscientious and collaborative to work with” (Legal 500)
  • She’s excellent – incredibly thorough” (Chambers UK)

Professional associations

  • Property Bar Association
  • Women in Property
  • HLPA
  • SHLA
  • ALBA
  • BPBU
  • FRU

Qualifications

  • BVC (Outstanding)
  • CPE (Commendation)
  • MA (Westminster) Crime, Human Rights and the International Community (Distinction)
  • MA (Oxon) Philosophy and Theology
  • Buchanan Prize 2004
  • IDS Brief Prize for Employment Law 2004
  • Sibel Dedezade Pro Bono Award 2004
  • Hardwicke Scholar 2003
  • Lord Bowen Scholar 2002
  • ADR ODR Accredited Mediator

Publications

  • Social Housing Law in Practice, Lexis Nexis

CSR

  • Member of Chambers’ CSR and EDI committees
  • FRU and BPBU
  • Pupil supervisor
  • Speaker at pupillage talks for BPTC students and involved in increasing participation of BAME and other underrepresented groups in the legal profession
  • Tough Mudder (half) for charity
  • Foundation member of the BNLF Women’s Network
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