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Nnaemeka Mpamugo


Nnaemeka Mpamugo is a dual qualified lawyer. He qualified in 2001 as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria where he was involved in legal practice for several years. He re-qualified and started practising as a Solicitor of the Superior courts of England and Wales in 2013. He has over five years post qualification experience as a Solicitor in England and Wales. He has an LLM (Master of Laws) from the University of East London.

Nnaemeka is a doer, builder, highly motivated and confident solicitor with experience who has strong legal expertise, organisational and strong academic background combined with excellent client care skills.

Nnaemeka has experience in criminal defence work covering various offences. He regularly represents clients at police stations and at the Magistrates courts. He works with passion and commitment to robustly defend the rights of his clients, provide them with impeccable advice and representation in courts and at every stage of their case, together with his approachable and empathetic nature is but one of the reasons that clients will often insist on him representing them over others. He has a vast amount of experience in advocacy and case preparation.

Nnaemeka values professionalism, integrity, quality of work, and client care and he utilises these skills to ensure that he provides the best level of service for clients.



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