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Emmanuel B. Alade

The principal counsel has garnered multi-jurisdictional legal exposures spanning more than 24 years, having been called to the bar both in Nigeria and the Province of Alberta, Canada. Emmanuel attended the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (formerly University of Ife) for his law degree and also the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos for his post-law degree qualification and the University of Alberta for a postgraduate degree in Law. He gained a myriad experience practising law before being appointed the Senior Manager (Legal) at the Odu’a Investment
Corporation. He established City Law Offices in 2006 at the City of Fort Saskatchewan with satellite offices in Sherwood Park and the City of Edmonton.

His writings include:

(a)  The Legal issues in the Development of Alberta Oil Sands as a Framework for the Management of Nigeria Oil Sands (2001, LL. M Thesis) University of Alberta;

(b)  That your Will May Be Done on Earth While You are in Heaven- Justification for a Will’ (2006 Fort News)

When not practising law, Emmanuel who had coached kids’ soccer in the past, volunteers at many non-governmental agencies including the Mariam Centre and other homeless shelters in the community rendering assistance to fellow citizens..