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Law firm unveils new Owerri office

By Maria Diamond
13 November 2021   |   2:37 am
An indigenous law firm, Prince Joel & Associates, has unveiled a new office in Owerri, the Imo State capital, in its bid to expand its services across the country.

An indigenous law firm, Prince Joel & Associates, has unveiled a new office in Owerri, the Imo State capital, in its bid to expand its services across the country.

The launch, which was a high profile gathering of legal practitioners, real estate practitioners, government officials, business moguls and others, took place at the newly opened office at Plot C/R 18, Area UA, New Owerri.

In his remark, the Senior Partner of the firm, Dr. Prince O. Williams-Joel, said the firm took the initiative based on the recent development in the eastern part of the country.

“We discovered that quite a number of people are moving to the east and we decided to institutionalise here to ensure proximity and availability to attend to legal needs,” he said.

In his welcome address, Acting Head of Chambers, Austin Nwankwo, said the thrust of the law firm would be on commercial law practice, real estate and infrastructure, corporate immigration services, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), civil and criminal litigations, among other legal services.

The chairman of the occasion, His Royal Highness, Ray Fintan, a traditional Prime Minister and Senator of Junior Chambers International, who congratulated the senior partner and his team, charged them to continue the good works and ensure compliance with professional regulations for lawyers in Nigeria.
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