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Chief Chris Uche (SAN)
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One legal luminary of Nigeria and a member
of Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), which is one
of the foremost professional bodies in the
country, is Chief Chris Uche (SAN). A
distinguished attorney, Chief Chris Uche, who
is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria graduated and
was called to bar in 1981 after attending the
Nigeria Law School.
Chief Chris Uche (SAN)
A native of Igbere in Abia Sate, he began legal practice in Port-Harcourt before he
relocated to Aba where he practiced law for over 20years and was at various times the
publicity secretary, and member of NBA National Executive Committee. He joined the
NBA Abuja branch in 2001 and has chaired Ethics and Conduct Committee, High Court
Review Committee as well as organized the law week programmes of the branch.
Born into a legal profession family by an administrator and lawyer father  - Late Mr.
Amadi Orji Uche and a retired high court judge mother Hon. Justice (Mrs.) Christiana
Ijeoma Uche of  Amankalu Igbere; Chief Chris Uche who is married with children grew
up to study, practice and love the law profession.

A Lagos Lawyer––Rasheed Omilaye once described Chief Chris Uche as “a
detribalized Nigerian, a conservative yet a progressive lawyer, and a complete bar man
…”  A lot of his practice have involved many high profile cases in Nigeria, some of which
were reported by various media in the country. Some of these reports are enumerated
here under with the title of their headline as follows (
Note: Availability of the article
depends on the referenced media website
):

1.         
S-Court stalls hearing in States vs FG suit

2.        Imo election tribunal: More inconsistencies trail Araraume’s case

3.        EFCC Act illegal -SAN

4.        Tribunal Chairman Lambasts INEC for Delaying Proceedings

5.        Our Government Has Not Done Well --

6.        APGA: Supreme Court confirms Chekwas

7.        The Nigeria Bar Association Section on Legal Practice (NBA-SLP)

8.       Senior advocates, others propose bill for lawyers’ employment

9.        SAN canvasses special court for investment cases

10.       Anxiety as EFCC Fails to Arraign Nnamani

11.      Ohakim Concludes Case At Tribunal
Chief & Mrs. Chris Uche
Chief Chris Uche, SAN
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