Chinenye is a Senior Associate in the Firm’s Power & Infrastructure practice group. She routinely advises on the development and financing of energy and infrastructure projects. This includes renewable energy and natural gas-fired power projects, and healthcare and transportation infrastructure projects. She also provides policy, regulatory and compliance advisory services to clients within the electricity sector.


In 2022, she was nominated as a United Nations Representative to Geneva with Ariel Foundation International, where she co-chaired a summit on Energy and Environment. Chinenye has authored several articles, and was the best graduating student of her class at the University of Jos, Nigeria.

  • LL.M (Secured Credit Transactions) University of Lagos
  • B.L, Nigeria Law School
  • LL.B University of Jos
  • Relevance of Consumer Orientation and Engagement in Power Sector Reform published on the Electricity Hub in 2021
  • An Overview of the Meter Asset Provider and National Mass Metering Regulation, 2021 published by the Business Day Newspaper
  • Considerations for the Viability and Sustainability of Minigrid Projects.