Kate is a critical thinker who is diligent and eager to learn. As an associate in the firm, she is actively involved in Litigation, Commercial and Corporate Practice having participated in high profile cases and top-notch transactional practices. She is part of the team providing legal services to one of the Hydro Electric Power Generating Company that emerged as the preferred bidder for the acquisition of Kainji and Jebba power plants. Kate has also worked on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Concession Agreement and other legal documentations for one of the Governmental agencies.
Kate obtained her LL.B in 2010 from the University of Benin graduating within the fifth percentile of her class and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2011 having graduated cum laude. Her scholarly grades earned her a scholarship during her graduate studies in the University College London (UCL) as the recipient of the UCL John Carr Scholarship award 2013 being the best student from African and Caribbean.
Kate has attended the Executive Training Course on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (Boston) as well as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Arbitration course (Paris) based on academic merit. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (Unity Branch), Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (Paris).