Equipped with years of experience at international law firms, Mr. Fubara advises buyers and sellers in a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments, restructurings, financings and dispositions. Mr. Fubara also advises clients on general corporate and commercial matters, including corporate governance issues, contract negotiation and drafting, and other considerations.
Mr. Fubara brings a love for strategy, diligence and analysis to corporate transactions, delighting to serve his clients as needs arise or through the life of transactions.
From everything C.S. Lewis, to books on history, to my favorite English Premier League and Hoover Institute podcasts, I’ve logged more than a few hours on these and have met a much expanded world in the process. They serve as a portal to quiet, education and entertainment on planes and help me pass the daily workouts on my row machine.
This globe, which sits in my home study, serves as a reminder that I’m a spatial and temporal being, privileged to be in my particular place and time, and charged with stewarding each as best as I can.
I grew up playing soccer, starting in defence and then moving on to the forward left wing. I got introduced to rugby in college, and, similar to soccer, started in a more defensive position, and ended up as an attacking right winger. Not many things in sport beat the thrill of turning a defensive play to an offensive play, zooming past opposing players, with nothing but the hiss of the wind and the faint urgings of my teammates in my ears, and scoring, in either soccer or rugby. I get to enjoy that thrill in pickup games these days, and hope my kids can too one day.
More About Samuel E. Fubara
Raised in Nigeria, but now a Texan by God’s grace, Sam lives in Lake Highlands with his wife, Christiana, and their three daughters. Sam and his family are active members of Watermark Community Church. He enjoys watching his favorite Premier League team, Arsenal, grilling, and reading books on theology and history. Much in the vein of his emphasis on place, Sam seeks ways to work for the good of his city—in this season, much of that work is done through his service on the board of the Watermark Community Development Corporation, an organization that seeks to make positive changes where needed in our city through financial empowerment, career development, and supporting small business growth. Sam enjoys traveling with his family, including to our many national parks and, overseas, to the British Isles.