Ngozi joined CaleyWray in 2017 after serving as a judicial law clerk to Justices MacPherson, Cronk, Lauwers and Huscroft at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Prior to that, she clerked for Justice Madlanga at the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Her practice focuses on various areas of labour and employment law including grievance arbitrations and worker’s compensation.
Ngozi has previously worked in the areas of human rights and privacy law.
Ngozi obtained her B.C.L./LL.B at McGill University, where she received a number of academic awards including the Rosa B. Gualtieri Prize for academic achievement. She also held a number of positions including serving as a law clerk to the Attorney General of Nigeria in the area of labour policy.
Prior to attending law school, Ngozi completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University and graduated with distinction.