• Dispute Resolution

Ifedapo specialises in Corporate and Commercial, Litigation, Family law and Human Rights law. He also deals with aspects of property, employment and human rights law.

Having worked at the Lagos state Judiciary, Ifedapo helped judges research key points of law and legal precedents that would form the basis for interlocutory rulings and final judgments. He also worked at the law firm of Mr Femi Falana (SAN) and Funmi Falana (based in GRA Lagos, Nigeria) as a Litigation lawyer. Here, he made court appearances across several states, participated in dispute resolutions and private settlement suits against aviation companies, banks and private institutions and provided client care and office management.

Ifedapo also worked on a private Settlement compensation claim against Emirates Airlines. He spreads his expertise across many fields and demonstrates this through his versatility. Always working with a desire to understand, he is devoted to aptly guiding clients through legal processes.
Ifedapo completed his LLB at Covenant University, Nigeria and an LLB (Hons) from the University of Birmingham. He then completed an LLM in General Law at the University of Birmingham.

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