Title: Legal Practitioner.
Affiliation: Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics, and Law (CPEEL)
Location: Ibadan, Nigeria.
Area of Focus: Energy and Environmental Law.
Aim Osagie is a young, vibrant, and talented lawyer who has contributed immensely to the cause of achieving sustainable energy in her immediate environs and in the global sphere. She is a graduate of Law from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria. As a result of her distinguished efforts, Aim was a recipient of a number of scholarships and awards during her undergraduate program. She also holds a Barrister-at-law (BL) from the Nigerian Law School, Enugu campus. Aim has attended a number of leadership training programs and Energy advancement conferences. Her passion for the Energy industry and for sustainable development has also driven her to attend a number of workshops such as the Energy Statistics Workshop (CPEEL), a professional program in Oil and Gas Occupational Safety & Health Training, Oregon, USA, amongst others.
She has also practiced with a number of law firms specialized in commercial practice and civil litigation for a time, and is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), the Nigerian Association for Energy Economics (NAEE), and the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE).
Aim is currently running her Masters program (LL.M) in Energy and Environmental Law at the Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics, and Law (CPEEL). Today, she holds the position of General Secretary of the Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics, and Law Student Association (CPEELSA).