Nurudeen Emmanuel heads the firm’s Dispute Resolution Practice Group. He possesses extensive experience representing a broad range of clients in lawsuits arising from complex commercial transactions before various courts and administrative tribunals in Nigeria. Nurudeen is highly skilled in both oral and written advocacy, and he has successfully handled appeals in the appellate courts.
Additionally, Nurudeen provides valuable advice to corporate clients and individuals and consistently upholds a commitment to excellence in his practice. With a keen eye for legal research and critical analysis, he thoroughly examines relevant legal provisions, including the decisions of superior courts, ensuring comprehensive and effective representation. Nurudeen is also a published author, further demonstrating his proficiency and dedication in the legal field.
- Lagos State University (LLB.)
- Nigerian Law School (BL.)
- Mediation Skill Training (LMDC)
- Mediation Advocacy Training (LMDC)
- Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)
- Emerging Legal Thoughts in a 21st Century Nigeria (Lambert Academic Publishing, Latvia) 2018
- A Review of Judicial Approach to Consent in Data Privacy Claims in Selected Cases (Upthought, Lagos) 2023
- Section 141 of the Electoral Act 2010 (As Amended): A Further Bottleneck in the Electioneering Process
- Attorney-General and the Shawcross principle: The Need for Review
- Efficacy of a Statutory Marriage in a Polygamous Family: The Paradox of the Marriage Act
- Giving Effect to the Order of the Lower Court: A Critique of the Supreme Court’s Decision in Kubor v Dickson