Ifeyinwa Ufondu has a vast professional experience in the general practice of law with extensive experience in corporate and commercial law, Electric power sector, Regulatory Compliance; Privatization, commercialization; Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and Intellectual Property law.
She has at different times worked with teams providing legal advisory services to Bureau of Public Enterprises (Nigeria) on its privatization, divestment, commercialization and electric power reform activities, specifically advising on critical electricity industry-wide legal and regulatory issues relating to the reform of the electric power sector and the privatization of electric power companies in the context of the legal framework in Nigeria and international best practices. She was actively involved in the privatization of the 17 PHCN successor companies and the corporate restructuring of Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited and investment protection for NIPP gas, transmission and distribution assets and privatization of the ten NIPP generation companies by 80% share sale.
She has provided legal advisory services and has ample experience working on Infrastructure and PPP Projects that cuts across Electric Power, Maritime(Sea Port) and Agricultural sector. Currently, she is on the legal team providing advisory services to Federal and State government on various PPP projects.
She also has considerable experience in intellectual property law practice and has advised on numerous local, as well as cross-border and multi-jurisdictional transactions involving trade mark and Patent registration, brand protection and enforcement.
- Enugu State University of Science and Technology (LL.B)
- Nigerian Law School (B.L)
- Corporate & Commercial Law
- Power and Infrastructure
- Intellectual Property
- Co-author: Nigeria – Renewable Energy 2018 (Getting the Deal Through)
- Co-author: Nigeria- Electricity Regulations 2018 (Getting the Deal Through)