• Emeka Nwadioke received an Upper Honours degree in Mass Communications from then Anambra State University of Technology, Enugu and an MBA from the University of Lagos. He also obtained Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees from the University of Lagos. An award-winning journalist, Nwadioke has worked for Nigeria's leading newspapers including THE GUARDIAN and THISDAY. He then worked in the banking industry as a reputation management specialist and resigned from the bank to attend the Nigerian Law School. Upon his enrolment as a Solicitor and Advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, Nwadioke worked for Rickey Tarfa & Co., arguably Nigeria's foremost litigation practice, as Counsel. In 2009 he established Emeka Nwadioke & Co., a full service law firm, as Lead Partner. A member of the Lagos Court of Arbitration (LCA), Nwadioke is also engaged in legal publishing as Editor of City Lawyer Magazine. He is an activist lawyer whose views are routinely sought by Nigeria's foremost news media. A compelling writer, his essays on major legal issues are habitually published by a globally circulating journal and Nigeria's newspapers. Highly keen on legal reforms, he lives in Lagos with his lawyer-wife and a daughter.