• Corporate & Commercial
  • Real Estate

Tamilore deals with Corporate and Commercial and Real Estate law. She assists the legal professionals with legal research and drafting, as well as administrative tasks in an effective and timely manner.

Tamilore began her legal career in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. However, she found that her interest peaked when introduced to the Real Estate and Proptech department at a previous law firm she worked at, based in Lagos, Nigeria.

Tamilore is a diligent and organised individual. She demonstrates a strong ability to remain flexible in all working conditions. Furthermore, she is always prepared to employ her legal knowledge to an equal degree as to learn from the legal professionals.

Tamilore completed her LLB at Aston University, Birmingham. She is also an avid traveller and reflects this in her navigation of the legal world.

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