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Tunde Fagbohunlu SAN is a Partner and
heads of Litigation, Arbitration and ADR Practice Group. Tunde joined the
firm of Aluko & Oyebode (Barristers & Solicitors) in 1993. 

He specializes in commercial litigation and
has litigated on extensive range of issues, including that pertaining to oil
and gas, maritime, intellectual property, telecommunications, taxation, finance
and banking, contracts, receiverships and insolvency, commercial law
transactions and general litigation both at trial and appellate levels. 
Tunde has represented various clients
including oil companies, telecommunication companies and banks both in
litigation and arbitration proceedings. He renders legal advice on a wide range
of commercial transactions.
He regularly represents Nigerian as well as
foreign and multinational clients in ad hoc arbitrations and arbitrations
administered by arbitral institutions such as the International Court of
Arbitration of the ICC. 
Tunde was a member of the national
committee on the Reform and Harmonization of Arbitration/ADR Laws in Nigeria.
In Chambers Global 2013 legal rankings he
was described as “hard-working and thorough”respected by
peers for his litigation skills, and is also increasingly involved in
arbitration.
Tunde’s expertise has also been recognised
in publications such as Who’s Who Legal Nigeria 2010 and 2012. Where he was
described as a “fantastic litigator” and (2012), he was noted for his
“craftsmanship” in constructing legal arguments when representing international
entities in arbitration proceedings. 
Tunde obtained a Bachelor’s degree in law
(LLB honors) from the University of Ife, Ile Ife, Nigeria, and an LLM from the
University of Lagos, Nigeria, in 1987 and 1991 respectively. He is a barrister
and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria (admitted 1988).
In December 2008, Tunde was conferred with
the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) by the Nigerian Legal
Practitioners Privileges Committee. A Nigerian equivalent of the Queen’s
Counsel.
Tunde participated in the International
Arbitration Seminar: Transnational Arbitration Issues in Emerging Markets
(jointly organized by Aluko & Oyebode and Clyde & Co) Lagos, Nigeria
(February 2011). He was also a speaker at the ICC, UK Annual Arbitration 
Practitioners’ Symposium, London, England (July 2010).
Education
·        
1991
– University of Lagos, LLM
·        
1988
– Nigerian Law School, BL
·        
1987
– University of Ife, LLB