The Board and Executives of Multilaw have announced that G-Elias joined Multilaw as a member law firm for Nigeria. Founded in 1994 and comprising just over 50 lawyers, G Elias is one of the best firms on the African continent and the first Nigerian firm to be recognized in all of the five categories that Chambers Global has for Nigeria, namely: Banking & Finance, Corporate/Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property, and Projects & Energy.
Adam Cooke, Multilaw:
“The firm has an excellent client base and in the short time I have known the firm I have been impressed by their forward thinking approach to the practice of law.”
Fred Onuobia SAN Managing Partner, G-Elias said:
“Partners of our firm are delighted to have joined Multilaw as the member firm for Nigeria. Our firm has over nearly three decades established itself as one of Nigeria’s leading business law firms. We have always had an international outlook. As part of Multilaw, we look forward to growing stronger than ever with the network of law firms that we work closely with throughout the world.”
Multilaw holds her conference in Paris, some 26 months Post-COVID, partners of G-Elias, Professor Gbolahan Elias SAN ,Okechukwu Joachim Okoro and Similoluwa Oyelude attended this year’s conference.
Peter Ndubuisi Akpu is a business strategist, a philomath, a critical thinker, Public Affairs analyst, and a blogger; studied Law differently at the Ebonyi State University and the Nigerian Law.