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Founded in 1983, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie is a multi-specialisation full service corporate and commercial law firm with offices in Nigeria’s key commercial centres. The firm’s corporate practice is supported by a company secretarial department, Alsec Nominees Limited, which provides a full range of company secretarial services and our sub-firm, U-Law which caters exclusively to entrepreneurs, MSMEs, startups, and growth businesses across several industries, including the FinTech industry. It is designed as a one-stop-shop for all basic business-related legal needs, providing high-quality support in a simplified and straightforward manner at super competitive prices.
 
We are privileged to work with diverse local and international clients to create and implement innovative practical solutions that facilitate business in Nigeria and beyond.  When required, we are well-placed to work across Africa with a select network of leading African and international law firms with whom we enjoy established relationships.

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practice areas - all top tier ranked

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practice areas - all top tier ranked

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Expertise

Aviation

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Banking & Finance

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Business Establishment

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Capital Markets

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Our other business entities

U-Law

U-Law is an initiative of the Law firm Udo Udoma and Belo-Osagie. 

U-Law is a contemporary, tech-based legal solution powered by a team of versatile and experienced lawyers catering exclusively to start-ups and growth businesses in Nigeria.

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Alsec Nominees Limited

Alsec is a limited liability company that was registered at the Corporate Affairs Commission (“CAC”) in 1987. Alsec advises on matters relating to business establishment in Nigeria and undertakes the incorporation of companies at the CAC.

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