Thomas Ajose is an associate in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice of the London office. His practice focuses on product liability, white collar crime and investigations.
Thomas assists clients on product liability, regulatory and trade issues in fields such as food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, automotive components and radioactive materials. He also has experience advising clients on contractual supply chain issues. Thomas is a member of the African Arbitration Association (AfAA) and Mayer Brown’s Africa practice, he has prepared talks for international African conferences on subjects such as the Belt and Road Initiative, and the challenges for junior disputes practitioners.
Thomas joined Mayer Brown as a trainee in 2017 and during his training contract, spent six months on secondment to Mayer Brown in Hong Kong, providing advice to both local and international clients on UK product liability and intellectual property issues. Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Thomas spent six months in the market analysis department of a large legal publisher and has worked as a paralegal in the litigation departments of both boutique and international law firms. He studied Ancient History at the University of Nottingham, and completed his law conversion diploma in London.
Thomas has been recognized in Legal 500 as a key lawyer in the field of Commercial Litigation: Premium.
BPP University Law School, LPC
Nottingham Law School , GDL
Nottingham University, BA (Hons) Ancient History
- England and Wales
- Listed as a 'key lawyer' for Commercial Litigation (Legal 500 2021).