Mrs. Uzo Mokolo is one of the founding partners of Kuteyi & Mokolo Attorneys at Law in Houston Texas. Mrs. Mokolo has had over 10 years of experience in the area of family and immigration law. She received a bachelor’s degree in Finance with a minor in Asian Studies at the University of Houston. Mrs. Mokolo received her Juris Doctorate degree from Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C. While in law school, Mrs. Mokolo served as a Student Attorney in the Fair Housing Clinic, where she represented impoverished D.C. residents. As a law student, Mrs. Mokolo also interned with several law firms in Washington D.C. area, gaining extensive experience in Immigration Law and Civil Litigation.
In 2012, after working for a Houston based immigration firm, Mrs. Mokolo and her partner Mrs. Tolulope Kuteyi founded Kuteyi and Mokolo Attorneys at Law. The firm is very passionate about advocating for their clients and exemplifies this through the firm’s motto of “putting you and your family in the best position”.
Mrs. Mokolo is a recognized National Black Lawyers top 40 under 40 for the year 2020, and 2021 Super Lawyers Rising Stars Honoree. She is committed to excellence and is recognized for her competency, ethical standards, and zealous advocacy of her client’s interest. Mrs. Mokolo is married and is a mother of two toddler boys. In her spare time, Mrs. Mokolo is an avid reader, and loves to work out and travel.