Ernest Ojukwu, Professor of Law & Senior Advocate of Nigeria started law practice immediately after he was called to Bar in 1984 as Counsel (NYSC) Legal Aid Council.

He has had an extensive legal practice since joining the Law Firm of Chief GNA Atulomah & Co in 1985 and later as Partner at Eleuthera Chambers. He has deep experience in litigation practice, energy law, tax law, access to justice, ethics and compliance, professional negligence, ADR and he is an adviser on Professional Legal Education and development.

He is Adjunct Professor LLM International Commercial Arbitration Law Nasarawa State University Nigeria.

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Betram Faotu holds an LLB degree of Edo State University and called to the Nigerian Bar in March 1995.

He has vast experience in litigation- Oil mining, environmental pollution, land law, banking, commercial law, human rights and election petitions.

Mahmud Yusuf holds an LLB degree of Ahmadu Bello University and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2007.

He has deep experience in developmental practice, human rights and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Chief Nnamdi Ekenna- Founded Eleuthera Chambers (1985); He is an Oil & Gas Advisor and Negotiator; General Civil Litigator; International Legal Advisor and Counselor-at-Law.

He also practices from the Greater Los Angeles Area California at The Ekenna Law Firm, apc. Ekenna has been involved as Counsel in Class Actions involving Anti-Trust violations and Unfair Competition practices and some Mass Tort Litigation; & Parole Defence.

He is a Special Education Advocate & motivational speaker.

Benjamin Nwosu

Benjamin Nwosu began law practice with the law firm of Ojukwu Faotu & Yusuf in 2013 when he was called to the Nigerian Bar.

Benjamin specializes in information and communication technology law, property and criminal law, human rights, and commercial law. He is skilled in litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Transactions practice, and consultancy. He is an advocate of access to justice with an interest in the protection of the rights of children and vulnerable persons.

Ugochukwu has practiced law at the law firm of Ojukwu Faotu and Yusuf since his admission into the Nigerian Bar in 2013.

Ugochukwu’s areas of specialization include commercial litigation and arbitration, taxation, corporate & commercial law practice, banking, corporate recovery and insolvency, company and partnership disputes. He has perfected his skills for other regulatory compliance practice.

Kenechukwu Agwu graduated from Ebonyi State University in 2016 and was called to the Nigerian bar in 2017. From 2017 to 2018, he led the Legal Aid Community Development team of the NYSC whose core mandate is provision of free legal services in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory Abuja.

He has experience in Community Justice and human rights Advocacy, Criminal Defense and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
He is a member of Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE), the Chartered Institute of Mediators and Conciliators and an Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK).

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