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Benjamin Uduje


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+44 797 342 5379

For over 25 years, Benjamin has provided legal services - advising, drafting and legal representation - to businesses, government departments, agencies and individuals on a comprehensive range of problems that arises in the course of business and/or employment.

Benjamin is an outcomes orientated advocate with rights of audience in all Courts and Tribunals in England & Wales – where he is a tenant at 42 Bedford Row Chambers and Nigeria – as a partner at Charles Anthony LLP. His approach to litigation is clear, concise, informed and free of legal jargon. He identifies the key issues at an early stage and works collaboratively with his client to achieve the desired outcome. He has particular experience of dealing with cases in the public domain and handling of sensitive issues.

Clients find Benjamin responsive, commercially minded and willing to work as part of a team. He is an excellent communicator, easily and effectively converts high-level legal skills into valuable legal advice for clients.

He is also an accredited Mediator (in Civil & Commercial and Workplace disputes) and an Arbitrator. He is therefore able to offer his clients a rare and distinctive blend of a mixed blend of domestic and international practice and adjudicatory experience.


1992 Admitted to Bar of England & Wales by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
2016 Admitted as a Barrister & Solicitor, Supreme Court of Nigeria.


1991 LLB (Hons) University of East London, United Kingdom
1992 Inns of Court School of Law, London, United Kingdom


1991 Member of Middle Temple
1992 Member of the English Bar
2014 Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator (ADR Group)
2015 Admitted as Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
2016 Member of the Nigerian Bar Association

Areas of Practice

Civil and Commercial Litigation
Professional Regulatory and Disciplinary
International and Domestic Asset Recovery
International and Domestic Dispute Resolution
International and Domestic Labour & Employment Law
International and Domestic Human Rights & Equality Law