Ugochukwu Okocha
LLB – University of Benin (2018)
BL – The Nigerian Law School, Abuja Campus (2019)
Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Ugochukwu works chiefly on dispute resolution matters, though he routinely researches and advises on wide areas of domestic and international laws and practices. As a reformative global policy enthusiast, he is building expertise in jurisprudence, taxation and international economic law.

  • Nigerian Bar Association
  • Fellow, Society for Advanced Legal Studies (SALS)
  • Member, Young Institute for Transnational Arbitration
  • Member, Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration
  • Member, Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI)

  • Member, Young Singapore International Centre (YSIAC)

  • Dr. Olumide Famuyiwa & Abdulrasheed Bolaji Ijaodola, “The Law Reviews: Project Law and Construction,” (the Nigerian Perspective).
  • “Pleading Standards in Nigeria; A Nimble Discourse”, WordPress, May 2022.
  • Off the Cuff Perspectives on Gaming Taxes; when the Feds are watching”, WordPress, Dec.2021
  • “Rethinking trial de novo in Nigeria: Law Reforms”, The Nigerian Lawyer, November 2020.
  • “Looking Beyond the Clauses in Article 8(1) of the Nigeria-China Commercial Loan Agreement”, LAWYARD, August 2020.
  • “Marital Rape in Nigeria – A right without a Remedy”, The Nigerian Lawyer, May 2020.
  • “Discrimination against persons with Albinism, A call for strict measures; An appeal to African Nation States: An Albino has a First Name”, 247 Ureports, December 2019.