A vital cog in the litigation practice group, Ndili is an associate at the firm who is passionate about law and zealous in his representation of clients.
After completing matric, Ndili pursued his legal studies, initially through the University of South Africa and the then Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. During his studies, Ndili was a recipient of Greyvensteins Inc.’s bursary in 2015, awarded based on consistent academic excellence. Ndili has a knack for litigation, evidenced by various roles and positions he held throughout his legal studies, including being the NMMU Debating Union Vice President, Speaker of the NMMU Student Parliament (2013), NMMU Moot Court winning team (2014), as well as being a member of the team that represented the NMMU Faculty of Law at the Philip Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (2015) which was held in Cape Town.
Ndili is originally from Mdantsane in East London, but was schooled in Somerset West. He prides himself in having a respectful demeanour and is characterised as a driven individual who takes care to maintain a high level of integrity and dependability. As a result, he epitomises the approach of the firm to dispute resolution and litigation. Outside of the office, he is willing to try anything twice, enjoys the outdoors and is capable in the kitchen.
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
The Cape of Good Hope Law Society
Greyvensteins Givers Gain Campaign
Honours & awards:
Attorneys Fidelity Fund Bursary Recipient (2016)
Greyvensteins Bursary (2015)
NMMU Law Faculty team to represent the University at the Phillip Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (2015)
NMMU Law Faculty Moot Court winning team (2014)
Speaker of the NMMU Student Parliament (2013)
NMMU Debating Union Vice President (2013)