Chienye is a member of the firm’s Corporate and Commercial, Regulatory and Institutional Reform team; and. She has experience in general International Corporate Law with emphasis on Company Secretarial Practice and Corporate Governance. She renders full company secretarial services to corporate clients including attendance at meetings, regulatory compliance and filing statutory returns at the Corporate Affairs Commission, she supports client Board Audit and Governance Committees preparing several corporate governance tools. Her work experience has included supporting foreign investors investing in Nigeria in carrying out detailed due diligence and regulatory reviews, supporting partner selection and investigations and drafting and perfecting related agreements including local company acquisitions. Also she has helped clients accomplish trademark, patent, brand name and other intellectual property registrations.She was part of the team that developed the first ever Freedom of Information Proactive Disclosure Manual; and Framework for developing an Information Action Centre in Nigeria. She has participated in the development of a Local Content Execution Policy for companies operating and competing for projects in the Nigerian Oil & Gas Sector.She has been part of A&E Law teams that have developed and implemented Learning programs on Public Procurement and Freedom of Information Act 2011 within Nigeria including implementing similar programs for Senior Judges of Superior Courts of Record, Sharia Courts of Appeal and Customary Courts of Appeal through the National Judicial Institute. She is currently the editor of the firm’s bi-weekly e-newsletter.A member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administration, UK, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administration, Nigeria, Association of Professional Negotiators and Mediators, Nigeria and the Nigeria Bar Association; Chienye has a Master’s Degree in International Corporate Law from the University of Leeds, UK.