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Call: 2005 (Cameroon)

Philip Ndikum has many years of experience in all aspects of banking and financial regulation, corporate, international trade, energy, and property law across common law and civil law jurisdictions. Moreover, he is a noted OHADA law specialist and has taught OHADA law to lawyers for several years.


Practice Areas

  • Asset Finance

  • Aviation

  • Banking and Finance

  • Capital Markets

  • Commercial Litigation

  • Corporate

  • Energy

  • Financial Restructuring and Insolvency

  • International Trade

  • Maritime

  • OHADA Uniform Act (Francophone Africa)

  • Project Finance

  • Property



  • The London School of Economics and Political Science, LL.M Banking and Financial Regulation, graduated with Honours – 2004

  • The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister-At-Law, England and Wales – 2004

  • Inns of Court School of Law and Institute of Law – City University, Bar Vocational Course (BVC) and Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Skills –  2003

  • William Mitchell College of Law, Juris Doctorate (J.D.) Graduated with Honors – 2001

  • Metropolitan State University,Financial Accounting Programme – 2001

  • University of Minnesota Law School, LL.M., Graduated with Distinction (Top 10% of class, Founder of the University of Minnesota LL.M. Association, Graduate and Research Assistant) – 1999

  • University of Bedfordshire School of Law, LL.B., Graduated with Honours (Top 10% of class) – 1998

  • International Human Rights Programme Strasbourg, Diploma in International Human Rights and Jurisprudence, Completed with Distinction – 1996



The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and the Cameroon Bar Association, Africa


English (Fluent)
French (Fluent)


  • Focus on Emerging & Developing Economies’ (2005, Trafford Publishing, USA).

  • ‘Four Volume Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law’ (2014, Trafford.
    Philip Forsang Ndikum and Serge-Delors Ndikum cover a wealth of information in their four-volume publication, “Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law” (published by Trafford Publishing). Presented in four volumes, “Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law” is designed to appeal to students, lawyers, judges, scholars and readers of all backgrounds with an interest in aviation law.

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