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Nigel is a former practising barrister, associate professor and designer of City’s Bar Vocational Studies Programme. He studied law at the University of Birmingham and practised at the chambers of John Cherry QC at 8 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn (now Lamb Chambers, Temple, where he is a door tenant). He appeared regularly in the criminal and civil courts, later practising predominantly in personal injury litigation.
Nigel is a faculty member at the Ceeli Institute in Prague where he provides ethics and anti-corruption training for judges in central and eastern Europe. In his work for the American Bar Association he has trained lawyers from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo and has helped to develop internship programmes in Albania and Croatia under the ABA Rule of Law Initiative.
Nigel has been a consultant for the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys and to the Patent Examination Board in its development of professional qualifications for patent attorneys. As an IATC-accredited advocacy trainer he has worked as an external assessor for Norton Rose Fulbright LLP on its in-house advocacy program.
He is a visiting lecturer at Goldsmith's College, Morley College, and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.