Legal Nigeria

Adejuwon bags his Masters (LL.M) in Maritime and Commercial Law from the Lagos State University (LASU).

Prince Adedeji Adejuwon, a cerebral legal Practitioner and Human Rights activist, an aspirant for the highly contested office of Assistant Secretary of Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Ikeja Branch bagged his Masters (LL.M) in Maritime and Commercial Law from the prestigious Lagos State University, Ojo.
In his opinion, a leader must be a reader to acquire skills and knowledge. One of his guilding principles of life is found in the words of Napoleon Hill who opined that “Whatever the heart of a man can conceive and believe so he can achieve”.
“There are reasons not to do anything in this life but just find a reason to do it and possess a determined heart to achieve it”, Adejuwon continues.

Generally, a lawyer never stops reading until he dies and the lawyer in him dies when he stops reading.
Adejuwon said he possesses all it takes to be the Assistant Secretary of the Tiger Branch come 28th June 2024, a branch he has previously served as Financial Secretary of its Young Lawyers’ Forum (YLF), Former Electoral Chairman of YLF and presently in two (2) committees of the Branch saddle with responsibilities of the Bar. He is a comrade of long standing with dogged principles. If elected, he promised to discharge his responsibilities without fear or favour. Thanking God for his new feat, he says he cannot forget his mentor, the great Chief Gani Fawehinmi, SAM/SAN (of blessed memory) whose activities and candour inspired him to be a lawyer. It is therefore best to say that Prince Adedeji Adejuwon’s legal observation and analysis make him Primus Interpares. Let us give him a chance to take the Branch vis-a-vis the Bar to it’s old glory where lawyers are respected in and outside the Court.