Uche is a Solicitor of England & Wales as well as a Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Nigeria. He is a Lecturer in Law and a doctoral candidate in the fields of Public International Law at the Robert Gordon University Aberdeen Scotland. His research entails looking into the pivotal or peripheral role of NGOs in the realignment of international legal framework in the 21st Century. He was recently awarded the STAR Outstanding Lecturer Award in two consecutive years; a student-driven award based on providing a positive learning experience in the fields of law.
He holds an LLM in International Commercial Law from the same University where he was awarded the Sweet & Maxwell Law Prize as the best law graduate in 2010. Uche also furthered his Public International Law training at The Hague Academy of International Law, The Netherlands.
He has a the vast experience of working with highly competitive law firms in the UK and Nigeria as well as in a FTSE 100 company in the UK. He has also garnered specialised experience having been a Corporate Governance & Legal Compliance Solicitor and Legal Team Manager in one of the largest charities in the UK Charity Sector, servicing over 800 Charities in the UK. He is well positioned to meet the highest standards of service with charisma and skill even in the face of the most complex legal uncertainties.
With a primary interest in Charity Law, Public International Law and International Commercial Law, Uche has actively participated in a myriad of professional legal related activities in The Hague Netherlands, Vienna Austria, Cologne Germany, Geneva Switzerland, Hong Kong, Aarhus Denmark, Washington DC USA, Lagos Nigeria, Aberdeen Scotland and London England.
Uche loves the creative arts; stage plays, musicals and poetry. He also enjoys mentoring, critical writing, political debates and travelling. Amongst his many written works is – NGOs: Peripheral or Pivotal – An examination of the 21st Century International Legal framework and the interface with Non-Governmental Organisations.