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Kemi Balogun

Opinion

#EndSARS Protest: A Fundamental Lesson in Democratic Governance – By Bola Ahmed Tinubu

I heavily grieve for those who have lost their lives or been injured during the period of these protests. My deepest sympathies...

#EndSARS Protests: Nigeria’s President Could Have Prevented Escalation of Violence but Poured Oil on the Fire Through His Silence – By Chidi Anselm Odinkalu...

Located in the central regions of Nigeria’s Delta State, Ughelli is a sleepy city in the Western Niger Delta and the unlikely...

We Must Get Children Back to Learning – But Business As Usual is Not an Option By Jutta Urpilainen and Henrietta Fore

A global joint op-ed by the EU and UNICEF on education for children “One child, one teacher, one book,...

Subjecting Anti-SARS Agitation to Political Interpretation is Jejune Partisan Stimulus By Chris Okotie

Chairman Mao once posited that if the people no longer fear your power, it is because another power is on its way....

Mr Kemi Balogun, SAN is the Founder and Senior Partner of Oluwakemi Balogun LP. He is a commercial litigator with cognitive professional experience of close to three decades. A strategist in commercial litigation, a seasoned insolvency practitioner, a meticulous and fastidious solution provider and a counsel of first choice of many blue-chip companies, governmental organizations, banks and other financial institutions.

A litigator per-excellence, Kemi has carved an enviable niche in commercial litigation as it relates to Maritime, Intellectual Property, Insolvency and Debt Recovery. He has been appointed receiver/manager of over 350 companies. He is a leading authority in commercial litigation and insolvency practice in Nigeria. He is a distinguished corporate czar with cognitive experience in board room and allied matters and has contributed immensely to the growth of the legal practice in Nigeria. He is a quintessential mentor who has benefited many young lawyers privileged to work with the Firm, some of whom now sit as judges of superior courts in Nigeria. He has showed magnanimity and empathy for humanity by taking up many pro bono cases with outstanding and recorded success, particularly to indigent and the needy, regardless of race, tribe, religion or ethnicity.

He is equally a Chartered Arbitrator, a member of the Insolvency Practitioners International (ISOP) and a Notary Public. Kemi is a double merit award holder of the Nigerian Bar Association, Premier Branch. He was appointed a Notary Public in 2005 and elevated to the prestigious rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) in 2014.

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