Philip Forsang Ndikum is a Barrister-At-Law in England and Wales, called from The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, London and a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Cameroon, called from the Court of Appeal, Douala, Cameroon, Africa. He is founder of Ndikum Law Group: Ndikum Law Offices Limited, England, United Kingdom and Ndikum Law Offices, Douala, Cameroon, Africa and Ndikum Publications, London, England. He was a research and graduate assistant at the University of Minnesota Human Rights Center. He clerked (foremost LL.M. Programme, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.) for the Honourable Judge Nancy D. Dreher, United States Bankruptcy Court, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. He has worked in Law firms in Douala, Cameroon; Paris, France; England, United Kingdom; and Minnesota, U.S.A. He is currently a lecturer in OHADA Law at the CAMEROON-EUROPEAN UNION COOPERATION PROGRAMME D’APPUI AU SECTEUR DE LA JUSTICE (PAJ).
Serge-Delors Ndikum is a member of the LL.M. Maritime Law class, 2014, University of Southampton School of Law and LL.B. Honours class of 2013, University of Southampton School of Law. Furthermore he was awarded honours in French civil law at Universite Paris-Sud XI, Faculte Jean Monnet. He is the Founding President of the African Maritime, Finance, Oil & Gas Society at the University of Southampton School of Law. Moreover, he is the International Consultant at Ndikum Law Offices, Douala, Cameroon and heads the European Operations and Aviation and maritime Law department of the firm. Serge has gained considerable international experience working in law firms in Douala, Cameroon and England, United Kingdom.