Adaku Ufere Named Finalist for Attorney of the Year

Adaku Ufere Named Finalist for Attorney of the Year
Adaku Ufere Named Finalist for Attorney of the Year

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Adaku Ufere, Energy Practice Leader for Centurion Law Group,  is one of the four finalists to be proclaimed best attorney of the year by the African Legal Awards.

The African Legal Awards is a proudly hosted initiative by Legal Week and the Corporate Counsel Association of South Africa (CCASA).

Adaku Ufere, the beauty and the brain

It aims to recognize exceptional achievement in Africa’s legal community in various categories, including International Law Firm of the Year, African Law Firm of the Year, General Counsel of the Year and Legal Department of the Year.

Adaku Ufere is the power behind Centurion Law Group. She emerges as a nominee in the Associate/Assistant Solicitor category 2017.

”Adaku specializes in regulatory compliance, contract negotiation and contract administration with a specific focus on oil and gas and power.

She has an extensive understanding of contractual management clauses, key contract risks and opportunities, and is able to lead project risk review processes and assessments” according to Centurion Law Group’s blog.

Adaku Ufere, Award winning Lifestyle Blogger

The award winning International Oil & Gas Lawyer joined Centurion in March 2016 as a Senior Associate and was previously a legal counsel for General Electric.

In 2016, Adaku was also honored at the inaugural “Nigerian Rising Stars – 40 Leading Nigerian Lawyers Under 40” ceremony, hosted by ESQ Nigerian Legal Awards.

Adaku, the award winning Lifestyle Blogger has an LLB from the University of Nigeria, a BL from the Nigerian Law School and an LLM in Oil and Gas from the University of Aberdeen.

She is a member of the Nigerian Bar and the International Bar Association and is also a certified Chartered Arbitrator and an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (United Kingdom).

Adaku Ufere , the power behind Centurion Law Group

Adaku provides legal advisory services to IOCs and the Government of Equatorial Guinea on matters including but not limited to all local content regulations, compliance, joint ventures and service contracts.

The awards are being judged by an independent panel of some of the most senior professionals in Africa’s legal sector.

The winners of the 2017 African Legal Awards will be announced September 8, 2017, at The Wanderers Club in Johannesburg.

Additional finalists in the Attorney of the Year (Associate/Assistant Solicitor) category are Kelly Kapianga, Corpus Legal Practitioners; Aalia Manie, Webber Wentzel and Megan Nicholas, Hogan Lovells.

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