Ngo-Martins Okonmah is a skilled litigator with an international focus, with expertise including but not limited to construction law, oil and gas, arbitration, intellectual property, and shipping and aviation law. He has experience in advising on major standard forms of construction and engineering contracts, namely FIDIC, JCT and bespoke funder-led EPC and EPCM contracts in a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, power and general infrastructure. He has acted as arbitrator and counsel in both domestic and international arbitration seated in Switzerland, London, Florida and Nigeria respectively. He was also recognised by Africa Arbitration as a Rising Star in 2020.
Ngo-Martins oversees the construction and engineering practice at Aluko & Oyebode and is also a key member of the arbitration practice. He is the founder and executive director of Africa Construction Law, a pan-African initiative to promote construction law within Africa. He is also a founding member and director of the Africa Arbitration Academy, an initiative established to improve expertise and the training of arbitration practitioners across Africa, and which has achieved global acclaim.