Mr. Momodu obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Law (LL.B (Hons)) from the University of Lagos in 1979 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in July 1980. Thereafter, he joined the service of the University of Lagos as an Administrative Officer. He rose to the position of Deputy Registrar before he retired from public service.
He acquired considerable administrative experience in public service and is a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (MNIM).
He obtained a Master's Degree in Law (LL.M) from the University of Lagos in 2004. His areas of practice include, Commercial Litigation; Corporate Governance; and Industrial Matters.
Mr. Adeseun obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Law (LL.B (Hons)) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in 1992 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1993.
He has been in active legal practice since 1993 and as such has acquired diverse experience in several areas of law. He has appeared at all levels of court including, Election Petition Tribunals as well as other specialized panels and commissions.
He is a keen reader and is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of ‘The Jurisconsult’, a legal news and research journal.
His areas of practice include, Land Law; Administration of Estates; Corporate and Commercial Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution and Election Petitions.
Ms. Jegede graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Law (LL.B (Hons)) from the University of Buckingham in March 1997 and obtained a Master's Degree in Law (LL.M) from the University of Cambridge in June 1998. She was admitted into the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in October 1996; called to the Bar of England and Wales in July 1999 and admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in June 2005. She obtained First Class Honours in the Bar Vocational Course at the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar in February 2012.
She worked as an Intern at the United Nations Compensation Commission in Geneva between July and October 1998. At the conclusion of her internship she co-wrote an article, “The Triumph of Expediency: Decisions by the UN Compensation Commission on Dates for the Accrual of Interest” by Ibilola Jegede and Kanaga Dharmananda - April 2000, Journal of International Arbitration, Volume 17, Issue Number 2.
She also worked in private practice in England for several years where she gained substantive experience in the areas of Commercial and Residential Property Law; as well as some experience in General Litigation and Corporate Finance. On her return to Nigeria, she worked for a telecommunications company where she gained invaluable experience in compliance and regulatory affairs.
Her areas of interest are Alternative Dispute Resolution; Compliance and Regulatory Affairs; and Corporate/Commercial law.
Mr. Ojo obtained a Second Class (Upper Division) Bachelor's Degree in Law (LL.B (Hons)) from the University of Ado Ekiti in 2003. He also obtained a Second Class (Upper Division) in the Bar Vocational Course at the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2004.
He obtained a Master's Degree in Law (LL.M) from the University of Lagos in 2009. He has been in active legal practice since he was called to the Bar and as a result has acquired a wealth of experience in many areas of law.
His areas of practice include, Corporate and Commercial Law; Labour Law; Administration of Estates, Intellectual Property Law; and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
He is an avid reader and researcher on many topical issues and has presented a number of papers including: