Ngozi was once our full-time team member who has now been retained as a freelance legal support executive. She continues to occupy the same multi-faceted role providing assistance across our range of services to clients. In particular, she provides support with research, writing and drafting; proofreading contracts and other legal documents; and recruitment and general administrative duties.
Ngozi qualified and practised as a Barrister and Solicitor overseas, before requalifying as a Solicitor in England. She has considerable administrative experience gained in broad range of public-oriented organisations, including the Greenwich Citizens Advice Bureaux, a Public Enquiry Office and the Ministry of Justice’s family courts in London, where she aided judges. She has also worked as a lead exams invigilator at a Harris Academy.
She is passionate about improving diversity in the legal sector and is an active participant in diversity-related programmes within the legal profession. Alongside others, she was invited to provide a response to a Consultation Paper on diversity in the judiciary prepared by the Department for Constitutional Affairs and speak at Law Society events.
Ngozi has a strong interest in community work and has been associated with a housing aid charity, a Volunteer Centre supported by a local council and a local library.