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Olukolade Ehinmosan Associate

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Olukolade O. Ehinmosan is an Associate in our Dispute Resolution Department. He represents clients in disputes bordering on corporate and capital market, deals and general commercial transactions, torts, Intellectual Property, sports (football and athletics), labour law and trade union relations. He also has special interests in assisting corporate entities in conflict avoidance and limiting business exposure in taxation, sports and intellectual property, data protection and allied areas.

He graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University with a Bachelor of Laws (LL. B.) degree in 2016 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2018. He is the founding president of the Tax Club, Obafemi Awolowo University and held the position between 2015 and 2017. Olukolade carried out his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) internship at S. P. A. Ajibade & Co., with the Dispute Resolution, Corporate Finance and Capital Markets Departments. While functioning in these capacities, he was also the Director of Litigation in the Legal Aid Department of the NYSC. Through these avenues, he demonstrated precocious advocacy skills in representing various clients pro bono while also supporting the corporate and commercial legal practice team in its multi-faceted corporate and finance advisory engagements.

  • Nigerian Law School – Barrister at Law (BL)-2018
  • Obafemi Awolowo University – Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Second Class Honours (Upper Division) - 2016 Professional Membership
  • Nigerian Law School - Barrister at Law (2014)
  • King's College London - LL.B. (2013) with Honours (Upper Division)
  • Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
  • “Brief Review and Commentary on the Recent Amendment to the FIFA Rules”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/2R1CpRK
  • “Subject-Matter Eligibility in AI and Medicine: The Nigerian Position”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/36FeKvF
  • “Legal Implication of Non-Registration of Technology Transfer Agreements Under the NOTAP Act”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/32hQ2y7
  • “Revisiting the Legal Dogma of Presumption of Innocence in the Nigerian Criminal Law” (Undergraduate research project)
  • “BEPS: What you need to know”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/36CmSgB
  • “The UBER Case: My Dissent”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/33mmNeT
  • Improving Tax-Attitude in Nigeria, accessible here: http://bit.ly/36FVApM
  • “A Curious Legal Revisit of Computer-Generated Evidence in Nigeria”, accessible here: http://bit.ly/36FVApM
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