Mitchell is an associate in the Dispute Resolution and Government Business practices of the Firm. He has previously been seconded to the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) and Arik Air Limited (in Receivership). As a secondee, he gained expertise in advising on finance law, insolvency, receiverships and aviation law. His perspectives are shaped by an understanding of the relationship between law and governance and how their interplay impacts on business. He is a fellow of the Program for African Leadership (PFAL) at the London School of Economics (LSE); He led the team that delivered the LSE Africa Business Summit in 2015 and serves as the Assistant General Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association’s SBL subcommittee on banking finance & insolvency.

  • The final word on the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria [Stears] Governance – 03 Feb 2019
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  • The DSS: Presidential Handyman?; [Stears]
    Governance – 23 Feb 2017
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  • Any Room for Arbitration In Nigeria?; [Stears] Governance – 15 May 2017
  • B.L. Nigerian Law School, Lagos
  • LL.M London School of Economics (LSE), UK
  • LL.B the University of Leicester, UK

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