Inner Court Law Office
E. C. Obikwu
Human Rights Advocate

BA(Hons), LLB(Hons), BL, MA, LLM, FAETC
Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Nigeria

Assistance and Advisory Services in the following areas : 
  • Race Discrimination
  • Sex Discrimination
  • Age Discrimination
  • Disciplinary procedures
  • Sickness and disability
  • Part time working
  • Dismissal and redundancy
  • Maternity and family leave
  • Variation of terms and conditions of employment
  • Breach of contract
  • Drafting contracts of employment
  • Employment Tribunal Representation and Advocacy

Inner Court Law Office
16 Inverness Close
CB4 1RB.


Tel 07963 967250.


Mr. Emmanuel Chuks Obikwu, is British by birth of Nigerian parents. His main interests are mainly in International Human Rights Law; including the UK Human Rights Act (1998), Social Justice and Advocacy for the vulnerable, Employment and Social Welfare Law including Tribunal Advocacy.

A dedicated scholar, and former part-time Lecturer in Law, Mr. Obikwu, holds a BA (hons.) in Modern History (2:1), and an LL.B.(hons.) in Law. Both degrees were obtained from the University of Lagos in Nigeria. In 1991, he was called to the Nigerian Bar and enrolled as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court in that country.

In 1993, he earned an M.A., in Socio-Legal Studies from the University of Sheffield in England. Having received a Further and Adult Education Teaching Certificate from Southgate College, in London in 1996, he worked as a Visiting Law Lecturer in various Higher and Further education Colleges in and around London. From 2001 to 2006, Mr. Obikwu worked for the British Refugee Council at the Oakington Immigration Reception Centre.

In 2004, he completed an LL.M. in International Legal Studies at the University of East London.

Emmanuel Obikwu’s thematic approach to law is based on principles of Equality, Fairness and Human Dignity. He is keen to be an Independent Advocate for the Disabled and the Vulnerable.

To find out more about his commitment to Equal Rights and Justice, please visit the following reports showing how he successfully conducted and won his claim for Unlawful Dismissal and Racial Discrimination at the Employment Tribunal in Bury St. Edmunds.

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