Africa: Expanding Legal Horizons

08/09/15, Commercial, EU/Competition, Public Law, Chambers News

Brick Court Chambers in association with The Times is pleased to invite you to this one-day conference, presented by Members of Chambers, on legal and commercial issues arising out of Africa’s emergence.

Monday 28 September 2015

at The Royal College of Surgeons


The conference features leading advocates, practitioners and experts, including:

Lord Hoffmann, international arbitrator and former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, Brick Court Chambers

Adv. Thuli Madonsela, Public Protector of the Republic of South Africa

Sir Sydney Kentridge QC, Brick Court Chambers

José Costa Pereira, Adviser Policy and Communication, Africa Department, European External Action Service, European Union

Robert Barrington, Executive Director, Transparency International UK

Dr Eva Thorne, Former Africa Government Initiative Strategic Advisor to the National Oil Company of Liberia

Babajide Ogundipe, Partner, Sofunde, Osakwe, Ogundipe & Belgore (Lagos)

Aisha Abdallah, Partner, Anjarwalla & Khanna (Nairobi)

Members of Brick Court Chambers, including Jonathan Hirst QC, Helen Davies QC, Richard Gordon QC, Charles Hollander QC, Tom Adam QC, Fergus Randolph QC, Harry Matovu QC, Paul Bowen QC, Jeremy Gauntlett SC, Maya Lester, Alastair Sutton, Prof Robert McCorquodale.



Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC, First Sea Lord and Chief of UK Naval Staff



Instead of a registration fee for the conference, we would welcome donations to charities with which Members of Chambers are involved: the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP) and Protimos.

Donations to either or both charities may be made here:



Please note that places are limited 

Programme for the event is attached below:


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