Ayorinde Recognized By NBA Ibadan For Contributions To Legal Profession

The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ibadan, has honoured Chief Mobolaji Ayorinde, SAN, (OFR) honoured in recognition of his contributions to the legal profession and education in Nigeria.

Ayorinde, a former Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), was honoured at its recent Annual Law Week Dinner and Awards ceremony.

Ayorinde is the principal partner of B. A Law Legal Practitioners and Notaries Public, highly specialised in providing first-class expertise in cross-border litigation and arbitration representing many multinationals and state interests.

His main practice areas include general civil litigation, commercial litigation, company law, family law, property and land law, banking, insurance and liquidation law, arbitration, maritime and shipping law, public advocacy, and parliamentary counselling services.

He attended University Hall, Buckland in Oxfordshire, England (UK) where he obtained a University of Oxford-accredited GCE certificate (law, intermediate LLB (1983). He also attended the prestigious Holborn Law Tutors in London for his University of London, Bachelor of Laws (LLB, Hons) degree certificate (1985).

He is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1986.

The eminent legal icon has written many articles and frequently delivers papers and gives presentations on subjects in his core practice areas.

He is the author of various publications, including: ‘Securing and Enforcing Maritime Claims: Juriscope Ist Edition-2001 Series’, ‘Wills and Testamentary Disposition’, ‘Sovereign Immunity and the Trials of Augosto Pinochet’, ‘Judicial Precedent, Law Reporting and the Need for Regulation’, ‘Judicial Bias and Justice Delivery’, ‘A Commentary on the Independence of Electoral Umpire in Nigeria’, ‘Boko Haram, Terrorism and Fundamental Human Rights; the Challenges that concern us’, ‘Criminal Justice System in Nigeria’, ‘53, Years after Independence: the many faces of Judicial Riot’, ‘Nigerian-Any Strength in Adversity’, ‘A Reformatory Approach to the Criminal Justice System in Nigeria’, and ‘The Rashidi Yekini Case and the State of Mental Health Law in Nigeria’.

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