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Judicial applications: a British Nigeria Law Forum Panel Discussion

16th November 2020

Judicial applications: a British Nigeria Law Forum Panel Discussion

Hardwicke hosted a panel discussion for the British Nigeria Law Forum on 13th November 2020 on the topic of judicial applications. Morayo Fagborun-Bennett (herself a Deputy District Judge and Chair of the Valuation Tribunal for England) moderated an esteemed panel of speakers including:

  • Employment Judge Nike Balogun
  • Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN, Head of Chambers at Pump Court Chambers & Recorder
  • Saida Bello, Solicitor & Chair of the Valuation Tribunal

Click below to watch a recording of the webinar.

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Hardwicke hosted a panel discussion for the British Nigeria Law Forum on 13th November 2020 on the topic of judicial applications. Morayo Fagborun-Bennett (herself a Deputy District Judge and Chair of the Valuation Tribunal for England) moderated an esteemed panel of speakers including:

  • Employment Judge Nike Balogun
  • Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN, Head of Chambers at Pump Court Chambers & Recorder
  • Saida Bello, Solicitor & Chair of the Valuation Tribunal

Click below to watch a recording of the webinar.

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