Chineze has 18 years combined experience in teaching, research, litigation, arbitration, commercial and corporate legal advisory services, administration and information systems management. She has also been involved in planning and facilitating various capacity building programmes. She has published several law related articles particularly in the areas of labour and industrial relations, employment discrimination and gender rights, company law, arbitration and international law. She has been engaged as speaker at various seminars.
Chineze is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Nnamdi Azikiwe University where she teaches and supervises undergraduate and postgraduate courses and research work, She is the Faculty Information Technology (ICT) Officer and the postgraduate coordinator.
An attorney in Global Law Firm, Enugu, Chineze is committed to human rights activism under the aegis of Global Human Rights Abuse Intervention Center (GHRAIC) and International Federation of Female Lawyers (FIDA). Her experience in intellectual property law, company law and real estate management and arbitration gives her significant proficiency in corporate and industrial law.
Chineze is passionate about using the legislative, judicial and executive law-making processes as instruments of positive social and developmental change. She works hard to inspire her students to aspire beyond their personal benefit to influence community and national development.Interest Includes: - Labour and industrial law with emphasis on employment discrimination.
- Constitutional, human rights and development law.
- Alternative dispute resolution (arbitration, mediation etc)
- Intellectual property and information technology law
- Environmental and real property law