Our Team


Babafemi Durojaiye
Babafemi Durojaiye is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. He has a B.A (Hons) in English Language from Ogun State University, Nigeria; LL.M from the University of Leeds (UK) and LL.M (International Commercial Law) from the University of Nottingham (UK). He is a member of the Nigerian Maritime Lawyers Association, Nigerian Bar Association as well as the Internet Bar Association. He is also registered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a legal consultant to the capital market. He is our specialist in the area of maritime law, marine insurance, oil and gas matters and international trade finance. Femi was part of the team that conducted the divestment of an insurance company for a client when the latter acquired the parent company of the former. He was also part of the consortium of lawyers that advised the Bureau of Public Enterprises on the unbundling of NEPA to PHCN and the various Distribution and Generating companies we currently have in the country. He was local lead counsel to a client’s Eurobond issue t ill it was stopped due to unfavorable market in 2014. He has led in drafting and effecting farm-in agreements for clients including Gas Sales Agreements, Gas Transportation Agreement (GTA). He also has experience in drafting and negotiating Production Sharing Agreements (PSC), Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) between an indigenous operator and an International Investor. Femi, has also drafted and reviewed Agreements for the Treatment of Drill Cuttings and Produce Water for an indigenous service company with an IOC. He also advises indigenous and international concerns on compliance with DPR, NOSDRA, NCDMB, on CERPAC and quota matters, CAC and NOTAP. He also recently advised an indigenous company on compliance with the bid requirements for the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP) clean up in Ogoni land. He also reviews Technical Manpower Service Agreement (TMSA) for an indigenous supplier to an IOC. He advised and resolved out of court the PAYE and Development Levy issues between AKIRS and an indigenous service company that involved contempt proceedings in 2021

Lawyers and Support staff

  • Sunday David Badejo Esq. LL.B. (Hons), B.L (Head of Chambersl)
  • Ayo Ajifowowe Esq. LL.B.(Hons), B.L, ACIARB (Senior Counsel)
  • Mercy Ndionyema (Mrs) LL.B. (Hons), B.L. (Senior Counsel)
  • Christabel Iremhinmhen (Mrs) LL.B. (Hons), B.L., LL.M (Senior Counsel)
  • Temilola Akinlosotu (Ms) LL.B. (Hons), B.L., LL.M (in view)
  • Justina Edewede Obriko (Mrs) LL.B. (Hons), B.L.
  • Ayoola Lateefat Hassan (Ms) LL.B. (Hons), B.L.
  • Mrs. Victoria Oluwatoyin Depo (Confidential Secretary to Principal)
  • Olajumoke Omowunmi Kassim (Mrs)
  • Adewunmi Sunday Adeoye (Mr)