Kenneth is the founder of QL Legal, a legal and business advisory firm.
I have an LLB and an MBA from the United Kingdom which were completed in 2 years and 8 months respectively.
I'm a qualified Lawyer with significant experience in Contract Law, Commercial Law, Business Law, Intellectual Property Law, Property Law.
I've drafted and reviewed agreements for clients in several common law jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, South African etc. as well as the Gulf Region and Asia.
My business services cover Market Research, Business Plans, Business Strategy etc.
Please contact me if you have legal or business advisory services.
The first time I used this service, I hired "Quicklancer15." Our intial conversations were good, he was quick to respond and offered alot of reassurance that he would be able to deliver on the requests of my project. It was a complex project, however I made sure to support him by providing all the necessary "material" (documents, email correspondence etc.) that he would require or would help him in completing the tasks. Unfortunately, he was not able to deliver. Not on time, did not complete.
As an Assistant Copyeditor/Proofreader, I offer services to refine and perfect the content of Dancover, improve the tone, language, and sales pitch to suit the needs of the client.
Jan 2011 - Present
Providing content for website
Proofreading articles for publication and conducting research
Legal Content Writer
Aug 2015 - Apr 2016 (8 months, 1 day)
Providing legal content for an Australian based law firm.
Bachelor of Laws ( Bar Qualifying Certificate)
Nigeria 2017 - 2018
University of Sunderland, United Kingdom 2014
(Less than a year)
University of Buckingham, United Kingdom 2012 - 2014
I got a Law degree in just 2years which was a fast track programme achieving a Second Class Upper Division qualification
Minority Rights and Indigenous Rights: Distinction?
In this paper, I argue that there should be a distinction between minority rights and indigenous rights with regards to the treaty instruments being the source of their claim to minority rights which provides a space for pluralism, while the instruments which concern indigenous peoples allows for autonomous development.
Child Marriage and Religion as a Yardstick in Developing Nations
In this paper, I argue that a combination of religion and culture play a role as the justification for Child Marriage, despite the wide spread view that religion is the justification, and should be prohibited in the light of international instruments.
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