Oba Nsugbe QC SAN is a well respected international advocate with extensive advocacy and advisory experience in business and general crime, corrupt practices, commercial litigation, health and safety. He was called to the bar in 1985 (Gray's Inn) and was appointed a Crown Court Reader in 1999 - the youngest practitioner ever appointed to the part-time judiciary. He is also the first Nigerian practising abroad to be awarded the coveted senior rank of silk when he was appointed Queen's Counsel (QC) in 2002. He is also a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN).
He has served on a variety of high level legal committees including the Criminal Committee of the Judicial Studies Board for England & Wales, the Bar Council Professional Conduct Committee, and Glidewell Committee on Judicial Appointments and Silks.
He is an Honorary Professor of Law at City University and Head of Pump Court Chambers, Temple in London.