Ebuwa comes to pupillage with over a decade of experience in both Claimant and Defendant Costs Litigation. She has worked in-house with solicitors, in all aspects of Costs; as an advocate in Detailed Assessments and CCMCs, as well as drafting Bills of Costs, Cost Budgets, Points of Dispute and Replies to Points of Dispute and negotiation. She has extensive experience of costs arising from the whole gamut of Civil Litigation from Personal Injury to actions against the police. She has particular expertise in Defendant Clinical Negligence Costs having worked on behalf of the Medical and Dental Defence Unions and NHS Resolution for a number of years. As both an in-house and freelance advocate she has consistently appeared in high-value, complex matters before the SCCO and Cost and Case Management Conferences in the RCJ.
Ebuwa has additional experience in Professional Discipline; having appeared before the Nursing and Midwifery Council on behalf of registered nurses and of advocacy in the Immigration, and Asylum Tribunal.
Ebuwa spent a brief period working as legal assistant to a Clinical Negligence and Catastrophic Personal Injury silk. This included attending Joint Settlement Meetings and preparing Case Summaries and Valuations in multi-million pound Catastrophic Injury claims. She also did some drafting and conducted legal research.
Ebuwa undertook an internship at the Ministry of Justice, where she led a project with the aim of identifying gaps in compliance with equality legislation, within the Ministry of Justice. She was also a stagiaire in the European Court of Human Rights; reviewing the admissibility of applications against the UK and Irish governments.
She was awarded the Sir Joseph Priestley Scholarship by Inner Temple, won Best Advocate in the Henderson Chambers European Moot and came second in the Cambridge Centre for European Legal Studies/Shearman & Sterling LLP Negotiation Competition.
Ebuwa is currently a visiting lecturer at the University of Law.