Adaku Ufere to Lead Centurion Africa Energy Practice
Centurion Law Group is pleased to announce that Senior Associate Adaku Ufere has been appointed as the group’s Energy Practice Leader. Oil, gas and power have been the bedrock of Centurion’s growth over the years, constituting the majority of our client base. The formation of the the Centurion Energy Practice Group with Adaku at its head cements our commitment to serving the needs of energy companies throughout Africa.
“Adaku’s experience and ability to coordinate work and her client-centered approach will enhance our advice to clients on all energy matters,” said NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group. “I am particularly interested in pushing for more mentoring, local capacity building and growth.”
Adaku joined Centurion in March 2016 as a Senior Associate, having previously worked as legal counsel for General Electric. She specializes in regulatory compliance, contract negotiation and contract administration, with a specific focus on oil, gas and power, and has an extensive understanding of contractual management clauses, key contract risks and opportunities with the ability to lead project risk review processes and assessments. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and has an LLM in Oil and Gas from the University of Aberdeen.
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