Mr C.U. Mmuozoba, Barrister-at-Law and Professional Negotiator and Mediator (pnm), is a Lecturer at the Nigerian Law School (Agbani, Enugu Campus), Enugu, Nigeria. He was Called to the Nigerian Bar in March 1995. Between then and February 2001, he worked (at different times) with the Law Firms of M.P.S. Ngini & Company, and A.O. Arulogun & Company, all in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He joined the academic staff of the Nigerian Law School in February 2001. Nigerian Law School is a Federal Government owned vocational training institution responsible for the vocational training of law graduates and their preparation for admission to practice Law at the Nigerian Bar. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Law (LL.B.) and also a Master Degree in Law (LL.M.), both from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) from the National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna, Nigeria, and a Certificate of Training in Alternative Dispute Resolution, from Ghana Association of Certified Mediators and Arbitrators (GHACMA) Accra, Ghana. In addition to the foregoing, in 2016 he obtained a Master Degree in Theology (M.Th.) in line with his Christian evangelistic calling.
He currently teaches Civil Litigation at the Nigerian Law School, under the employment of the Council of Legal Education. In addition to his teaching schedules at the Nigerian Law School he has also been a Member of, and Visiting Lecturer to the Association of Professional Negotiators and Mediators (Nigeria), and he currently doubles as an Instructor at the Mediation Training Institute (MTI), Nigeria.
He has attended many national and international conferences and also published over 25 research papers on issues of socio-legal importance. He is also a motivational speaker. His research interests include oil and gas law, electronically generated evidence, social welfare, conflict management and resolution, crime control, penal reform, international criminal law, international peace processes, refugee problems and Cyber Crime Law. His publications include two books titled Admissions and Confessions in Legal Proceedings: Case Studies Approach (published 2008) and Civil Procedure Illustrated (published 2015).
He is currently Director of Academics, and Head, Department of Civil Litigation, at Nigerian Law School, (Agbani, Enugu Campus), Enugu State, Nigeria.