Kingsley Ibe

kibe@babalakinandco.com
(2017) LLB –University of Nigeria
(2018) BL – The Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus

Kingsley is an astute lawyer, enthusiastic about legal research and writing. His legal expositions and contributions to knowledge, is poised to contribute meaningfully to the development of the law. His eye for details and resolve for good delivery and perfection are his cutting edge. He holds an LLB degree from the University of Nigeria, where he graduated in 2017 in upper division. He proceeded to the Nigerian Law School where he graduated in 2018 with a first class grade. While a student of the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus, he received the prize for the Best Student in Property Law.

 Kingsley is interested in corporate & commercial law practice, energy and natural resources, real estate and construction law and, general dispute resolution (Litigation and ADR).  He is a regular discussant on human rights and other legal issues on radio and social media platforms.

He is a 2020 recipient of the Impact Makers Award from Catch up Media & Publications. Kingsley has keen interest in classical music, and at his leisure he plays the organ.

Kingsley is interested in corporate & commercial law practice, energy and natural resources, real estate and construction law and, general dispute resolution (Litigation and ADR).  He is a regular discussant on human rights and other legal issues on radio and social media platforms. He is a 2020 recipient of the Impact Makers Award from Catch up Media & Publications. Kingsley has keen interest in classical music, and at his leisure he plays the organ.

  • Nigerian Bar Association
  • Best student in Property law, The Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus (2018)
  • Impact Makers Award (2020)
  • “State Governors as Puppeteers of Chiefs and Chieftaincy Institutions: The Situation in Igbo State”, (2017) Volume 3 University of Nigeria Law Students’ Journal, pp.1-19.
  • Kingsley Ibe and Joy Afolabi, “Labour Related Issues in the Face of the Covid-19 Pandemic”,
  • “Limitation Law on Enforcement of Arbitral Award Under the Nigerian Arbitration and Conciliation Act: A Revisit to City Engineering vs Federal Housing Authority”.