Ope Banwo – Partner
Dr. Ope Banwo, LL.B, B.L, LL.M, PH.D
He was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 1986, the New York Bar, 1997 and the Nebraska Federal District Court in 1997, has been engaged in Law Practice for over 26 years both in Nigeria and United States of America . He has handled hundreds of cases in areas of Media and Entertainment, Commercial Law, Banking and Finance, Employment Law and Immigration Law among others. He has given many seminars on Legal jurisprudence both here in the United States , Europe and Nigeria .
Dr. Ope Banwo, who graduated from University of Ife in 1985 and obtained his Master’s Degree in Law from University of Lagos in 1988 and PH.D in Law in 2012, is a licensed attorney in two states in the United States (New York Supreme Court and Nebraska Federal District Court) and in the Federal republic of Nigeria . He is a Partner at Banwo and Igbokwe Offices, Attorneys with offices in Nebraska , New York and Lagos . He is also owner of Dominion Care-Givers and National Work-force Training Institute, in Omaha , Nebraska . USA among other business concerns.
He is priviledged to apply his practical experience as a Chief Executive officer for multi-national corporations in the areas of Banking and Finance as well as Media and Entertainment law for many years in providing our clients with cutting edge legal advise in many areas in the most effective and efficient manner.
Chinedu Igbokwe – Partner
Chinedu Igbokwe, B.SC, J.D
Chinedu Igbokwe obtained his first degree from Creighton University in 2003 and Creighton Law in 2007. He has represented various international corporate and individual clients in State and Federal Courts in the United States .
His wide spectrum of experience covers Immigration and Nationality Law, Criminal Defense, Federal Litigation, Corporate and Commercial Law, Civil litigation, Oil and Gas,Aircraft and Aviation law.
Mr Igbokwe currently manages our head office in Omaha, Nebraska U.S.A and handles complex corporate transactions, criminal defense as well as immigration matters.