Akhigbe Oserogho


Akhigbe Oserogho



Akhigbe graduated from the University of Benin in 2007, and was called to the Nigerian
Bar in 2008. Following his call to the Bar, he joined one of the foremost law firms in
Benin City, Edo State. Over his career, Akhigbe has developed a voice as a passionate
advocate for legal reforms in the public sector, to meet with present day realities and
international best practices. Akhigbe has garnered over a decade of experience providing
strategic advice and representation to clients in complex matters at the various tiers of
Akhigbe is a Senior Associate with Perchstone & Graeys, and plays a dual role as
coordinator of the Benin City office of the firm as well as the team lead of the firm’s
Private Client group. Akhigbe led a team of lawyers undertaking a litigation audit of over
a thousand ongoing casefiles at a State Ministry of Justice, as part of the process of
reforming that state’s justice sector.
During a recent secondment to a leading infrastructure law firm in New Delhi, India, he
had the opportunity to deepen his experience in the area of infrastructure law; particularly
the electricity sector, smart cities, and Public Private Partnerships. Since then, Akhigbe
has been a champion for the revamp of the Nigerian Power Sector by infusing the Indian
electricity model.

Professional Qualifications

  • Nigeria Law School, BL, 2008

Professional Memberships

  • Nigeria Bar Association

Practice Areas

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Private Client and Wealth Management
  • Energy and Natural Resources