News and Events - Nneka Akudolu


18th Dec 2019News

Nneka Akudolu’s client found not guilty of the rape of ‘unconscious complainant’

The defendant and friends had been drinking heavily and all gone home together. The complainant was described by various witnesses as ‘paralytic’ and unable to stand, walk or undress herself. The Crown’s case was that the defendant had waited for the rest of the group to fall asleep before vaginally raping the complainant while she […]

26th Nov 2019News

Nneka Akudolu Defends Client Aquitted in Car Park Gang Rape Trial

Nneka represented the first of three defendants charged with the rape and sexual assault of a woman in broad daylight, who they had met 30 minutes earlier. An unusual feature of the case was that the entire incident had been filmed by a concerned member of the public from his flat which overlooked the scene. […]

13th Aug 2019News

Nneka Akudolu Secures Conviction of Accountant and Former Maths Tutor for Serious Sexual Assaults Against Former Students Spanning Period of 23 Years

Nneka Akudolu has secured the conviction of an accountant and former maths tutor for serious sexual assaults against two of his former students spanning a period of 23 years. The defendant had been tried and acquitted for offences of indecent assault against one of his 7 year old students in 1996. During the present trial the […]

25th Mar 2019News

Chambers Welcomes New Tenants

Chambers is delighted to announce that Merry van Woodenberg, formerly of Foundry Chambers, has accepted an invitation to join 2 Hare Court. Merry is the fourth tenant to join Chambers in the last few months, the others being Alison Levitt QC, Nneka Akudolu and Hannah Thomas. This of course comes on top of the elevation of Narita […]