MEET THE LAWYER
In 1996, Mr. Akwuba graduated from William Mitchell College of Law where he was a member of the Student Governing Board and began developing his courtroom skills in the moot court competition. Mr. Akwuba participated in the regional level of the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition. While in Law School, Mr. Akwuba clerked with the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office so he could hit the ground running upon graduation.
After graduation, Mr. Akwuba clerked for the Honorable Harry Seymour Crump, before teaming up with a private law practice. As such, he is uniquely qualified to understand the intricacies often involved in the diverse areas of law that he practices. Attorney Akwuba provides sound legal analysis, advice and solutions in what is often a very difficult and emotionally charged time.
Attorney Akwuba is very approachable, and clients appreciate his easygoing demeanor with them while remaining a tough, no-nonsense advocate. Mr. Akwuba represents men and women in cases involving Personal Injury, Immigration, Family Law and Criminal Defense.
Mr. Akwuba also provides pro bono legal work to low income and indigent individuals who are not able to afford often expensive private legal representation.