Chuba Nwokedi

Call 2015

nwokedi@exchangechambers.co.uk

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Practice Overview

Chuba was called to the Bar in 2015. He became a tenant of Chavasse Court Chambers in September 2020 following the successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Jacqueline Deans. Chuba joined Exchange Chambers in October 2020. During his first six, Chuba experienced a range of criminal and family law hearings.

Family law

During his second six, Chuba developed a burgeoning family law practice in both private and public law. The proceedings Chuba has experience in include:

  • Care and Supervision Orders
  • Interim Care Orders
  • Contact
  • Residence
  • Occupation Orders
  • Non-molestation Orders

Criminal

Alongside his family practice, Chuba balances a criminal practice appearing in the Crown Court and Magistrates Courts. He has acted for both the prosecution as a CPS Grade 1 Advocate and Defence in a variety of matters including Magistrates court trials, preliminary matters, sentencing hearings and appeals against conviction and sentence.

He also represents individuals in the county courts with regards to injunctions (such as Anti-social Behavioural Injunctions and gang related violence injunctions).

Data Breach and Privacy

Chuba is a member of the data breach and privacy team and is keen to develop his practice in this specialist area. He is able to offer both formal and informal advice and pleadings in relation to all areas of data protection law, the torts of misuse of private information and breach of confidence.

Along with his practice as a barrister in the United Kingdom, Chuba’s legal experience and qualifications expands to the shores of Nigeria. In the years between being called to the Bar and commencing pupillage Chuba moved to Nigeria where he was called as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. During this time he worked as a lawyer specialising in a variety of areas including oil & gas law, commercial litigation and international arbitration where he represented international oil companies and worked with British solicitor firms. Chuba is able to receive instructions and advise on Nigerian law.

Upon his return to England, before commencing Pupillage Chuba gained further advocacy experience. In 10 months he appeared in over 350 general civil, enforcement hearings and small claims trials in the County Courts as Solicitors’ Agent.