Chinwe Egbunike-Umegbolu

Chinwe Egbunike-Umegbolu

Chinwe is currently a PhD student and part-time instructor who facilitates seminar groups in business law. She is a volunteer mentor at the Kingston University London, supporting undergraduate students. She is an experienced claims handler with a demonstrated history of working in the legal services and business industry. Chinwe is skilled in negotiation, mediation, arbitration, immigration law, business and commercial law. Strong finance professional with a Masters degree focused on Dispute Resolution. Her research work has been approved for presentation by the Athens Institute of Education and Research Law Conference, (Athens, Greece) in May 2019.




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Articles and Video:

Behind the Legal Frustration (08/13/20)
This paper focuses on the problems with litigation, the effectiveness of Arbitration in comparison with litigation and concludes by addressing the issue raised in the question.

The Enugu State Multi-Door Courthouse (ESMDC) (08/07/20)
The journey taken by the Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse (LMDC) from when it first started till now is a clear indication that there is a buy-in from all stakeholders and disputants that ADR through the LMDC works because of its success story -with access to justice as some literature has revealed.

Behind the Legal Frustration (06/19/20)
This paper focuses on the problems with litigation, the effectiveness of Arbitration in comparison with litigation and concludes by addressing the issue raised in the question relating to the effectiveness of arbitration in comparison to litigation.

Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law (03/27/20)
This article discusses the facts of divorce as it stands today.

The Linctus of Choosing a Mediator - Part 2 (09/03/19)
Mediation is now the toast of the day in America, Canada, Australia, the UK and many parts of the European Union. The developing economies of the world are now exploring this medium of dispute resolution.

The Linctus of Choosing a Mediator (04/26/19)
Mediation is now the toast of the day in America, Canada, Australia, the UK and many parts of the European Union.