Ike Ehiribe

Barrister, Chartered Arbitrator, Adjudicator & Accredited Mediator.

 

Ike was called to the Nigerian Bar (1982) and to the Bar of England and Wales  (1996) by the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. He is a Fellow (1994) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London and also a Chartered Arbitrator (2007). He trained as a Construction Adjudicator with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in June 2004 and attended a  CIArb mandatory training course in arbitration and adjudication for the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Leaseholder Dispute Resolution Scheme in November 2005. He was then appointed as Senior Adjudicator for the Tenancy Deposit Protection Adjudication Panel in 2007; as an Adjudicator of the Independent Property Codes Adjudication Scheme and as Senior Adjudicator and Panel Convenor of the National House Building Council (NHBC) in 2010 by IDRS a subsidiary of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is also listed on the CIArb Presidential Property Dispute Service Panel. Since then has acted as Construction Adjudicator/ Arbitrator in a considerable number of cases in both the UK and abroad such as in the U.A.E, Rwanda, Nigeria and Mauritius.

 

He is a Visiting Professor and Fellow at the Centre for International Legal Studies (CILS) in Salzburg; a part-time Professor of Law at the School of Law, Christchurch Canterbury University. England; a Senior Teaching Fellow and Visiting Lecturer of International Trade Law and International Commercial Arbitration Modules at SOAS and Queen Mary in the University of London. He is an approved tutor, trainer and assessor on the arbitration, adjudication and mediation training courses of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London.