Mr Ikeni Mbako-Allison > Chambers of Lucinda Davis > Chichester, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Lucinda Davis
Pallant Chambers
PO19 1TQ


Ikeni is a third six pupil at Pallant Chambers practising in Commercial, Chancery, and Property, as well as Personal Injury. He is instructed to draft pleadings and advice in possession claims and represents clients at hearings in the same. He is an experienced personal injury lawyer who has regularly appeared in Fast Track trials and Small Claims, as well as Stage 3s, credit hire claims, infant settlements, and interim applications. He has assisted in a range of cases involving chancery, public, commercial, EU, competition, and sports law: advising and drafting for matters in the Court of Justice of the European Union, Court of Appeal, High Court, and Employment Tribunal. Ikeni also has advocacy experience in the Crown and Magistrates Courts. He is client-friendly, able to grasp the interests involved in a dispute, and always willing to discuss issues of law, strategy, and/or procedure.

Before pupillage, Ikeni completed an internship at a Tier 1 (Chambers and Partners) commercial firm in Southern Africa. He acted as research assistant in EU law at the University of Oxford and organised two conferences for the International Journal of Constitutional Law. He also worked on human rights projects: visiting East Timor to assess the progress of the truth and reconciliation process and Special Court; conducting preliminary research for the Human Dignity Trust; and assisting in drafting standard operating procedures for the police in Sierra Leone. He has volunteered as an experienced representative with the Free Representation Unit as well as Oxfam’s Lawyers Against Poverty.


Called 2009


LLB Hons, University of Wales


In his spare time, Ikeni plays canoe polo and surf kayaks. He is also an avid swimmer.