KEMI ODUWOLE has a Master of Laws degree from the both University of Toronto and the University of Lagos. She is in the process of completing her studies in Master of Research in Education and Social Research from the University of London. Prior to this, Kemi completed her Bachelor of Laws (LL B) at the Ogun State University, Nigeria, before proceeding to the Nigerian Law School to obtain her Barrister-at-Law degree.
Called to the Nigerian bar in 1998, Kemi Oduwole practiced law extensively in the areas of corporate/commercial law, civil litigation, and family law in notable Nigerian law firms. Aside from her practice of law, Kemi taught law in the Nigerian Law School, particularly in the areas of Civil Litigation, Legal Drafting, Professional Ethics and Responsibility, and Real Estate Law.
Kemi is a member of the Ontario Bar, since 2013, and also a member of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries, UK, since 2006. Kemi is a published author who has published law texts and several journal articles and has presented research papers in conferences in Asia, Africa, and North America.
Passionate about helping others, Kemi contributes to the community and legal profession through her numerous publications, student mentorship, frequent presentations, and volunteer work.