Chukwuma’s core competences are in the areas of institutional and regulatory reforms, with a bias for Public Financial Management (PFM) Systems, especially Public Procurement Reforms. In A & E Law Partnership Chukwuma has worked on several PFM projects including but not limited to researching and producing procurement regulations and Standard Bidding Document for implementation of the procurement laws of three sub-national governments, participated in developing and delivering several institutional support and learning program for the Federal Bureau for Public Procurement and for similar agencies at the sub-national level in Nigeria. Chukwuma has been a member of A&E Law Team providing advisory support for the reform of public finance management laws in Nigeria. He has personally been involved providing advise and support for reform of PFM laws in over ten sub-national governments in Nigeria.He participated in the scoping studies and evaluations of State Systems for the Technical Unit on Governance and Anti-Corruption leading to major reports (www.tugar.ng.com ), including providing hands-on guidance to MDAs in implementing public procurement. Chukwuma has assisted in delivering many International agency funded projects including but not limited to the Pilot Corruption Risk Assessment (CRA) conducted in Nigerian Ports Sector in Nigeria, 2014 (www.tugar.ng.org).Chukwuma has also been part of the firm’s litigation team handling cases that relate to enforcement of human rights and access to information. He was once a Columnist in the Young Lawyers Forum, an extract of the defunct Nigerian Compass Newspapers on Thursdays, writing on many aspects of Nigerian law.Chukwuma holds a Certification in Public Administration (CPA) from the University of Calabar and an LL.B Degree from the University of Abuja and was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 2011.