Chinwe is a part-time lecturer who facilitated Business Law at the University of Brighton (UoB) and currently teaches Law, Society and Ethics at the Law Department UoB.
She is an ADR Blogger and Host of Expert Views on ADR (EVA) Podcast. In addition, she has presented her research- Dispensation of Justice: Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse (LMDC) as a Case Study and other research such as 'Access to Justice for People with Disability' and 'The Workings of International Commercial Arbitration' at national and international conferences.
She was shortlisted under the category for the publication of the year in 2020 by the African Arbitration Association(AfAA) and has reached the Bronze status of the Resolution Institute -Member Connect in 2021 for her many valuable contributions. Chinwe also serves as a mentor at the Resolution Institute, 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 and was Course Representative for PGR Business and Law University of Brighton (UoB). She is a member of the Research and Enterprise Group (REG-UoB) –Law, Society and Justice (LawSoJust).
She is skilled in the Traditional African Method of Settling Disputes (TAMSD), Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation, Online dispute resolution (ODR), Stoic & Tao Philosophy, Family mediation, Hybrid processes, Business and Commercial law.
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