Odujinrin & Adefulu Announces New Partners


Ms. Olubukola Olabiyi

Mr. Lucky Ayeki

Odujinrin & Adefulu is pleased to announce the admissions of Ms. Olubukola “Bukki” Olabiyi & Mr. Lucky Ayeki  in to partnership effective 1st January 2017

Ms. Olubukola Olabiyi

Olubukola joined the firm in 2007 and from 2013 – 2016, had been the Senior Associate in charge of the Corporate/Commercial, Capital Market Practice.

Bukki has ten (10) years legal practice experience and in this time, has developed expertise in the general practice of law with extensive experience in matters relating to corporate and commercial law as well as corporate governance. She supervises the unit responsible for the provision of corporate services to clients at the firm and has advised both national and international clients on varied number of transactions. She has developed a keen understanding of the policy, legal and regulatory frameworks regarding general corporate/commercial matters particularly relating to compliance. Bukki is an apt speaker and was a member of the panel on Corporate Governance at the 2015 International Bar Association Conference in Vienna. She was ranked as a “recommended lawyer” in the 2016 Legal 500 Corporate Commercial M&A profile and as an “up and coming” lawyer in the Chambers Global 2016 Corporate/Commercial profile. She was also one of the recipients of the 40 Under 40 category of the ESQ Nigerian Legal awards in 2016.

Olubukola attended the University of Buckingham, UK, LLB (2005) and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2006.

Mr. Lucky Ayeki

Lucky joined the firm in 2005 and from 2009 – 2016, had been the Senior Associate in charge of the Litigatioin and Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice. He is a legal practitioner with fourteen (14) years professional experience and has developed a wide range of expertise in matters relating to General Commercial Disputes. Prior to joining the firm, he worked at a leading litigation firm in Lagos. He is involved in the prosecution of several appeal cases at the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Lucky has been well regarded by his clients for his thoughtful approach to the negotiation of the resolution of commercial disputes where required.

Lucky attended the University of Calabar, where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Law and Letters (LL.B Hons) degree in 1999. In May 2002, he was called to the Nigerian Bar. He is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA).

In announcing their admission into partnership, Senator Odujinrin, Senior Partner, said, “We are very excited to welcome these two excellent lawyers into the firm’s partnership. Over the years, Bukki & Lucky have demonstrated their commitment to the firm, our clients and to the development of the legal practice in Nigeria. “

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