News and Events - Nneka Akudolu KC

12th Dec 2023News

Nneka Akudolu KC’s client found Not Guilty in Explosives case

In April 2020, the defendant, Andrew Curzon visited a Tesco Superstore in Woolwich and was seen by staff to be in possession of a folding knife. Officers present dealing with an unrelated incident approached the defendant and searched him. It was identified that the knife he was carrying was legal due to it’s length. They […]

29th Sep 2023Events

2 Hare Court are looking forward to exhibiting at the Bar Council’s Pupillage Fair 2023

2 Hare Court will be exhibiting at the Bar Council’s Pupillage Fair this year where you will have the chance to get advice from barristers and discuss your prospects directly with representatives from our set. The Pupillage Fair is designed to arm you with everything you need to know about accessing the profession and starting […]

7th Jun 2023News

Nneka Akudolu KC Accepts Master of the Bench Invitation

Chambers are delighted to announce that Nneka Akudolu KC has been elected as a Master of the Bench at The Honourable Society of Middle Temple. Nneka will commence her role of Bencher in 2023. The Masters of the Bench, or Benchers, are responsible for the governance of the Inn.  Masters are elected by their peers from […]

20th Jan 2023News

Nneka Akudolu KC’s client found not guilty of murder

Nneka’s client, Jay Byrne pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Christopher Molloy who died from traumatic brain injuries on the 19th July 2022. The prosecution did not accept that plea and he was therefore tried for murder along with his brother Joseph and a teenager who at the time was only 14 years of age. […]