For over 50 years, Alaowei Broderick Bozimo has championed the values of integrity, diligence, and excellence in the legal profession. His expertise spans litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and advisory services, marking a significant footprint on both national and international fronts.
As the Minister of Police Affairs for the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Broderick showcased exceptional leadership. He transformed national policies, streamlined law enforcement operations, and promoted collaborations that ensured Nigeria’s security and harmony with global norms.
In 1971, he founded Broderick Bozimo & Company, a testament to his vision and dedication. The firm thrived under his guidance, setting benchmarks in legal representation across diverse sectors. Representing a wide array of clients, from individual litigants to multinational corporations, the firm continually reinforced the principles of justice.
Broderick’s contributions to the Nigerian Bar Association are commendable. Positions like Chairman of the Warri Branch and Member of the Disciplinary Committee underscore his commitment to enhancing the legal fraternity in Nigeria.
Educationally, with prestigious qualifications from the University College London and the Nigerian Law School, he solidified his academic foundation. Further, his associations with the British Institute of Journalism and the Chartered Insurance Institute, UK, reflect a multifaceted approach to law and allied disciplines.
Several honours adorn Broderick’s illustrious career. Notably, as a Member of the Delta State Council of Elders and the Delta State Advisory and Peace Building Council, he has been at the forefront of maintaining peace and fostering understanding.
As he continues his journey at Broderick Bozimo & Company, Broderick remains a guiding light, illuminating the path for budding lawyers and contributing to a progressive legal environment.
- Barrister-at-Law, Nigerian Law School, 1971.
- LLM, University College London, 1970.
- LL.B (Hons), Holborn College of Law, London, 1968.