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BILA Young Professionals Virtual Lecture - All together now: Issues in Aggregation with Nathalie Koh, Fountain Court Chambers
Nathalie Koh, joined Fountain Court Chambers in October 2020 following the successful completion of her pupillage under the supervision of Ben Lynch QC and James Duffy. She is developing a broad commercial practice in line with chambers’ profile.
Nathalie graduated with a First Class degree in Law from the University of Oxford. She was awarded the Slaughter and May Prize, the Rajah & Tann LLP Prize, the Mander Law Prize, and the Michael Junior Scholarship. She later read for the BCL at Oxford, where she received the Princess Royal and Fountain Court Scholarships, as well as the Ralph Chiles Prize.
Prior to joining chambers, Nathalie was a teaching fellow at The Queen’s College (Oxford) in Trusts Law, and worked as a research assistant for the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Law on Chitty on Contracts, and Studies in the Contract Laws of Asia. She was also a legal adviser at Hackney Migrant Centre, working pro bono. Having grown up in Singapore, she is a native speaker of Mandarin Chinese and has a good understanding of the Asian markets.
Nathalie's talk will cover developments in aggregation law and recent cases in this area.

Feb 3, 2022 01:00 PM in London

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