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Jean Chiazor appointed court member at ICC Arbitration

The Principal Partner, Jean Chiazor and Partners, Mrs. Jean Chiazor Anishere (SAN) has been appointed as a Court Member at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Court of Arbitration.

Anishere, who is also the Maritime Legal Consultant to the Nigerian House of Representatives’ Committee on Marine, was drafted into the newly constituted 2024-2027 leadership of the ICC announced on Monday.

Speaking on the new role, the Learned Silk said; “With gratitude to God, I am honored to be appointed a Member of the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration (ICC Arbitration) for the 2024-2027 mandate.”

Anishere also applauded the re-election of Claudia Salomon as President and congratulated other new and returning members of the Court.

The veteran maritime lawyer is also a successful author, having already written five volumes of Essays in Admiralty – a comprehensive collection of essays and learned papers focused on maritime law, published by one of UK’s prominent publishers in Maritime books – Petrospot UK. Jean’s books are also found in the British Council Libraries.

She is also the Editor-In-Chief of Admiralty Law Reports of Nigeria, volumes 1-32 (A compendium of Judgments on Admiralty Matters in Nigeria, through the Federal High Court, to the Supreme Court of Nigeria) with a comprehensive index of cases published so far.

Anishere is the Legal Adviser/Member of Women in Commonwealth Business Network, Nigeria (CBWN); Vice President of Maritime Arbitrators Association of Nigeria (MAAN); Exco Member, Nigerian Maritime Law Association (NMLA); Past President, Women in Shipping and Trade Association (WISTA-Nigeria); Past President, African Women in Maritime Organization (WIMA-Nigeria); Past Continental President, Financial Secretary to the Board of Senior Advocates of Nigeria (BOSAN); Women in Maritime Africa (WIMAFRICA); United Nations/African Union sole representative for African Women in Maritime (WIMAFRICA).

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