Wolemi is the partner in charge of the firm’s power and infrastructure practice. He routinely advises on all aspects of the development, privatization, acquisition, financing and operation of power and infrastructure assets.

 

Wolemi, who has been described by Chambers as “…the one who can identify issues,” is well regarded as a multi-specialist, and has broad-based experience in corporate and commercial law.

 

In addition to his power, infrastructure and construction practices, he routinely advises on complex commercial transactions (including corporate finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions) across the broad spectrum of the Nigerian economy. He is ranked as a leading lawyer in Nigeria by most of the leading independent legal directories, including Chambers Global, IFLR 1000 and Legal 500.

 

Wolemi occasionally undertakes pro bono criminal defense work for indigent accused persons. He is a Jeremy Bentham Scholar of University College London and holds an MBA from Durham Business School, Durham University.

  • Oil and Gas Regulation in Nigeria: An Overview. Published in Practical Law Multijurisdictional Guide, 2014- Energy and Natural Resources
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  • Electricity Regulation in Nigeria: An Overview. Published in Practical Law Multijurisdictional Guide.
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  • Construction and Projects in Nigeria: An Overview. Published in Practical Law Multijurisdictional Guide.
  • MBA, Durham Business School, Durham University
  • LL.M, University College London
  • BL, Nigerian Law School
  • LL.B, Lagos State University

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