Alumni lecture:'BlackBerries and Bribes - Employment law in the City'

4 November 2015, 6.30 PM - 4 November 2015, 7.30 PM

Daniel Oudkerk QC

G25 Lecture Theatre, Wills Memorial Building

Daniel Oudkerk QC is a barrister practising at Essex Court Chambers.

He left Bristol University in 1990 with an LLB and a first edition of Richard Whish on Competition Law inspiringly inscribed by the author: “I hope you enjoy the kinked oligopoly demand curve”.

As a junior he had a broad practice with a niche in commercial disputes with an employment ‘twist’.

Away from the Bar he moonlighted as the legal adviser on the BBC series ‘This Life’.

Since taking silk in 2010 he has acted in many of the more colourful city claims including the Tullett Prebon v BGC conspiracy litigation where numerous BlackBerries found their way into the Thames and one of the defendant’s solicitors’ attendance notes began “too dangerous to put in writing…”.

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