Temitope joined LeLaw as an Associate in March 2019. She obtained her LLB with Second Class Upper Honours from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife and was called to the Nigerian Bar in November 2017. . Prior to Lelaw she carried out her NYSC program at a top law firm in Lagos where she was part of the team that handled contentious civil, criminal and commercial disputes at several superior Courts of record and also guided clients through the resolution of conflicts through mediation.
During her undergraduate days, she was an active member of the OAU Law Faculty’s moot and mock committee and led the mooting team to numerous victories at state, national, continental and intercontinental level. She was a semi-finalist at the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot 2014 (Ontario, Toronto) where OAU represented the Africa.
Her LLB thesis at OAU was titled ‘A Critical Appraisal of the use of Force in International Law’. Her prior unpublished works include: ‘Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement: Is Nigeria Ready?’ (July 2018), and ‘Analysis of the Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme’ (February 2018). Her areas of interest include Corporate/Commercial Law, International Law and Aviation Law. She is currently working on her LeLaw Thought Leadership articles; her debut, is due in May 2019. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.