Ebere Frankline Chisom is a Law student of the Faculty of Law, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. A distinguished and a crack student, he has a flair for writing and communication. He is an avid reader and researcher with a couple of published written works including the celebrated “Effects of COVID-19 on the Statutory Rights of Nigerians, A Legal Appreciation by Ebere Frankline Chisom” published on BarristerNG.
His academic prowess has earned him a couple of awards including those of the second best student at BEPC 2017/2018 session in Niger Republic, best valedictorian in 47 years of CES/CEG IV de Niamey’s existence, major of 2017-2018 class of 3eme of CES/CEG IV de Niamey and also the winner of the maiden edition of the inter-secondary school competition in Obowo L.G.A organised by the Obowo Professionals Association.
His areas of interest within the legal profession are constitutional law, business law, international law, criminal law, artificial intelligence and maritime law. He is fascinated about these areas because of the opportunities they regurgitate.
He is currently the 100 level class coordinator of the Christian Law Students Fellowship of Nigeria, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Chapter and also the library secretary NIFES Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Kongo Campus Chapter.
He is also a professional translator (French-English) with wide experience in formal/official translations, a blogger, a programmer and a graphic designer.
He currently virtually interns at White & Case LLP and at LeoCussen International Centre for Law.
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