Oludolapo Okunniga is a 2002 law graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife and was called to the Nigerian Bar in October 2004. Her innate passion for the media formed her decision to join the African Newspapers of Nigeria PLC immediately after service in 2005, where she cut her teeth as a Chief Legal Correspondent and extensively covered legal and constitutional matters including, successfully editing the Tribune Law pages for four years. She later worked in the Legal & Corporate Affairs Unit of the company as an in-house solicitor where she liaised with external solicitors on retainership on all legal matters involving the company.
She left the Tribune House in 2010 and joined the firm of Agoro&Agoro and later M.A.O Okulaja SAN & Co. before joining Abike Chambers in January 2015. Oludolapo’s patient and tolerant personality enable her to understand and work with a diverse group of clients and her attention to detail, instruction and environment continually hone her skill as a competent solicitor. She believes learning should be a lifelong process and approaches problems with doggedness and determination until results are achieved. She loves and encourages teamwork and believes the success or fall of a company depends greatly on the cohesion and cooperation of its team and that a working environment must be happy and relaxed which are the main contributors to the success of Abike Chambers. She has attended Bar conferences and various media seminars. Her main practice areas include but are not limited to Corporate and Company Practice, Media practice, Property and Conveyancing Law, Real Estate, Banking, and Financial Institutions, and Litigation. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.

• • Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife (LL. B)
• • Nigeria law School (B.L)

• • Media Law
• • Corporate Practice
• • Legal Drafting
• • Land Property and Conveyancing Practice

• • Nigerian bar association
• • International bar association.