Emuobonuvie had his legal training at the red-brick University of Nottingham and was awarded a Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) degree in 2011. He successfully underwent his course at the Nigerian Law School and was thereafter called to the Nigerian Bar and enrolled as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria on 20th November 2012. He joined the firm in February 2013 for his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme and was appointed as full-time staff in November 2013.

Practice Area

Emuobonuvie has strong competence in property law practice ranging from property management to advisory services and due diligence during sale of property to perfection of title. He is very keen on litigation and ADR and is a member of the firmís criminal litigation team as well works on many civil litigation briefs at the Magistratesí Court, High Court, Federal High Court, Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse, Court of Appeal and Lagos Court of Arbitration. He has expertise in intellectual property law, labour law, and project finance law, amongst others.


2012 - Nigerian Law School: Bachelor of Laws, BL (Hons.)
2011 - University of Nottingham: Bachelor of Laws, LLB (Hons.)

Professional Training

2014 - Fundamental Principles and Contractual Relationships in Project Finance (Business Law Academy)
2014 - Introduction to Arbitration (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)
2013 - Key Lawyering Skills in a Global Economy (Committee on Professional Development - Section on Legal Practice, Nigerian Bar Association)

Professional Associations

2014 - Member of the International Trademarks Association (INTA)
2014 - Member of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Nigeria (IPLAN)
2014 - Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)
2014 - Accredited Legal Practitioner of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
2012 - Member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)