Nosa is an Associate at Olisa Agbakoba Legal. He is an intelligent and dynamic attorney who continuously applies his critical and creative thinking to deliver excellent client-oriented solutions. His experience and expertise include Legal and Business advisory in contentious and Non-contentious matters concerning Intellectual property, Sports, Media, Entertainment & Technology, Shipping, International Trade & Investments.

Charlie-Louise as an offshore associate at OAL, has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation and Media & Entertainment Law. She advises on commercial disputes and corporate transactions for both government agencies and indigenous companies. Her work covers areas of Insolvency, Receivership and Contractual Agreements.

Kofo is an Associate at OAL, an expert Legal Practitioner with a comprehensive command of legal, office, administrative, and clerical support functions. This is in addition to a firm grasp of corporate and commercial law, while providing expert counsel on diverse issues in accordance with existing laws.

Olayinka is an Associate in the Dispute resolution and Sports, Entertainment and Technology (SET) Practice Areas and routinely represent domestic and international clients before courts and in commercial transactions and negotiations.

Frank is an Associate and a Litigation lawyer with keen interest in Human Rights Advocacy and Public interest Litigation. His advocacy practice includes judicial reforms and review, insolvency disputes and real estate litigation. He provides pragmatic advice to clients in a wide range of areas particularly those in the financial services sector.

Francis is a Synergy Partner at OAL who has successfully prosecuted numerous public interest and human rights as well as diverse civil cases in various superior courts of record in Nigeria. To his credit are over 100 articles published in newspapers and journals diverse legal and public policy issues. He has trained more than 3,000 police officers in Nigeria on human rights, rule of law and conflict management.

Beverley is a Associate Partner and the Head of Sports, Entertainment & Technology (SET) group at OAL. She is a regulatory and compliance professional and a lawyer with over twelve years professional experience in the banking and capital markets sectors in the United Kingdom and Nigeria. Her broad experience in the regulatory and compliance industry covers investment banking, brokerage and fund management sectors and has seen her hold various leadership roles in regulatory and compliance sector.

Babatunde Ogungbamila is a Partner in Olisa Agbakoba Legal and heads the firm’s Dispute Resolution Practice. He is also responsible for the firm’s Labour and employment, banking, Natural Resources and Finance Practice Brief. He is an astute litigator who has honed his skills of persuasive speaking from his frequent interfacing at all the levels of courts in Nigeria. Babatunde is an expert in general litigation and other alternative dispute resolution with specialization in commercial litigation, business recovery and insolvency, banking, Oil and Gas practices, taxation, labour and employment matters.

Yvonne is the Managing Partner of OAL, setting the strategic goals and objectives of the firm, managing the operations and driving business growth. She is leading the International Trade Practice group focusing on Trade control matters – sanctions, export controls, trade litigations and helping our clients understand how government enforces, regulates and addresses compliance matters, also advising on the nexus between politics and commerce and the dynamism companies need to consider.

Dr. Agbakoba is the Senior Partner and Head of the Arbitration & ADR practice group in Olisa Agbakoba Legal (OAL). He’s one of Nigeria’s leading experts in arbitration and has presided over several complex cases. He is the brain behind the first law firm-annexed arbitration/mediation center in Lagos (Nigeria), the OAL Arbitration and Mediation Centre. He has showcased his brilliance as counsel and as arbitrator in major national and cross-border disputes relating to aviation (airport terminal concessions); vessel charters; maritime collisions; oil wells and rigs; telecoms; and housing development and construction.