Ezinwa Awogu is a paralegal working in the Complex Patient (Court of Protection) Team dealing with sensitive proceedings involving the Mental Capacity Act, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, and the Mental Health Act. In her role she engages in a wide range of tasks, including legal research, document drafting, client meetings and court attendance - with or on behalf of her supervising solicitor - and generally offers essential legal support wherever needed. Ezinwa enjoys constantly evolving in her skills and knowledge and takes pride in her work, offering reliable, organised, and dedicated assistance to the team.
Ezinwa graduated from Cardiff University with a BA in philosophy, and then went on to complete her Graduate Diploma in Law, before embarking on her Legal Practice course. Ezinwa is currently working towards qualifying as a solicitor. She has previously worked in the Cardiff Crown Court within the witness service and has gone on to accumulate a range of experiences in other roles, including residential and commercial insurance, conveyancing, and criminal law.
Outside work and study, Ezinwa loves to write, and has several published articles for Cardiff University and The University of West England (Bristol) law blog.