Head of Chambers
Abiodun is a Lagos-based constitutional lawyer and human rights activist. His passion for perfection makes him the peoples’ lawyer, a philanthropist and also socialite, and offer scholarship yearly to 20 students from his State. He is a highly respected and seasoned practitioner renowned for his integrity and professional competence.
Education: Obafemi Awolowo University, LL.B (Hons) – 1997 Nigerian Law School (B.L) Abuja, – 2000
Membership of professional societies:
- Nigerian Bar Association
– West African Bar Association
– International Bar Association
– Nigerian Institute of Advance Legal Studies
– Chattered Institute of Arbitrators (Nigeria) (Fellow)
Abiodun Onidare was awarded the Rotary appreciation award in 2010 for his contribution to humanitarian work. He is the only African lawyer till date to have some of his landmark cases on compensation for industrial accident and labour matters reported and published in Canada (Toronto) in the legal case book titled “Industrial Metal Barrister’s Book Case (Toronto)”
Joseph Uchenna Eze, Esq.
Graduated from Enugu State University of Science & Technology (ESUT), Nigerian Law school, attended Lagos Campus (LLB & BL) joined Abiodun Onidare Chambers in the year 2008 till date.
Area of Interest: Criminal and Civil Litigation and Property Law
Amechi Faith Nkem
Graduated from the University of Benin (Uniben) in the year 2007 with an L.L.B Honours, and proceeded to the Nigerian Law School in Lagos where I obtained my B.L. in law. I was brought up in a Christian background, I like learning from my mistakes, travelling and of course referencing my creator at my quiet time. Am presently working in Abiodun Onidare Chambers till date, as a matter of fact, fate brought me into this highly esteemed chambers since my National Youth Service Corps and I have no regrets. A member of Nigerian bar Association Ikeja branch, my aim/dream in life is to excel as the sky is my limit and become a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) God willing.
Mrs. Adegbemisola Adesimbo Banjo
I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in law from the University of Maiduguri, Borno State. I was called to the Nigerian Bar 9 years ago, 2004 and then went ahead to bag a Masters Degree in International Commercial law, in University of Northumbria, Newcastle Upon-tyne, United kingdom. I did my National Youth Service Corps in the Legal Department of Central Bank, Lagos, Nigeria. I am a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and presently in practice with the law firm of Abiodun Onidare Chambers. She is happily married with two kids.
Marvel Omotayo Ogunnoiki
He is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He obtained his LL.B (Hon) at the prestigious Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State. He also proceeded to the Nigerian Law School, Abuja where he obtained his B.L and was called to the Nigerian Bar.
He has a keen interest in general practice and in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
She holds a Bachelors of Law degree from Madonna University, Okija, Anambra State and proceeded to obtain a Barrister-at-Law from the Nigerian Law School, Lagos.
She is keenly interested in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Realty transactions and agreements.