Chinwe is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. She is a part-time lecturer who taught Contract and Business Law at the University of Brighton (UoB) and Law, Society and Ethics at the Law Department UoB. She is currently a Postdoctoral fellow at UoB and a fellow of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution.
Chinwe is an ADR Blogger and Host of Expert Views on ADR (EVA) Vid / Podcast Show; focuses on simplifying the Traditional African Method of Settling Disputes (TAMSD) or the Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) in a bid to get more people to opt for or settle their disputes or conflicts with Mediation, Arbitration, Collaborative Law, Restorative Justice, Conciliation, Adjudication, Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) and Early Neutral Evaluation. She has interviewed notable experts in ADR like David. A. Hoffman (Harvard Law Lecturer and Founder of the Boston Law Collaborative LLC). Adeyinka Aroyewun, (Director of the LMDC), Prof Emilia Onyema (SOAS; convenes the SOAS Arbitration in Africa” conference series), Prof Mark Feldman (Law Lecturer at Peking University, China), Prof David Allen Larson, (Mitchell Hamline School of Law and Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution), Prof Bryan Clark (Law lecturer at the Newcastle University) and Caroline Etuk (ESMDC Director) amongst others. The podcast/blog focuses on simplifying Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to attract more users to settle disputes or conflicts with ADR.
She is a Mediator, Arbitrator and a Podcast Trainer /Consultant.
In addition, she is a reviewer in academic journals/books. She has authored and presented her research work- Dispensation of Justice: Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse (LMDC) as a Case Study in Nigeria and other research such as 'Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law: The Facts of Divorce as they stand Today, 'Access to Justice for People with Disability', 'The Workings of International Commercial Arbitration, The Functionality of the Election Tribunal and The Chronicles of the Pre Colonial Method of Settling Disputes: Nigeria as a Case Study' at national and international conferences.
Chinwe was shortlisted under the category for publication of the year -2020 by the African Arbitration Association (AfAA). She achieved the Silver status of the Resolution Institute Member Connect in 2021 for her many valuable contributions. She blogs on Edublogs, Resolution Institute member connect and serves as a mentor at the Resolution Institute.
She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) UK. She was a Mentor at the Beyond Barriers Student mentoring programs at Kingston University London.
Chinwe is also an Associate Facilitator of the Values and Sustainability Research Group. She is a member of the Research and Enterprise Group (REG) –Law, Society and Justice (LawSoJust) (UoB) and a researcher for the Africa Mediation Network (AMN).
Chinwe is skilled in the Traditional African Method of Settling Disputes (TAMSD), ADR, Multi-Door Courthouse, Dispute Resolution, Religion, Conflict and Peace, Stoic and Tao Philosophy.