Mojisola is the Managing Partner of the Firm and heads the Firm’s Probate, Property/Real Estate and International Contract and Commercial Management Groups. She is a graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State and following her interest in commercial transactions and contracts, she has been certified as a Contract and Commercial Management Practitioner by the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM).
Mojisola is a well-experienced lawyer with over a decade’s experience in legal practice. She has garnered experience in Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Corporate Commercial/ Transactions Advisory, Contract and Commercial Management, Intellectual Property Law, Family Law and general Civil and Criminal Advocacy practice.
As head of the Firm’s Property/Real Estate Practice Group, Mojisola has also advised on major aspects of Property Law and has been directly involved in advising various multinationals and local clients on the acquisition of real estate in Nigeria. In addition, she has also advised various clients on commercial lettings, compulsory purchases, property acquisition and investment, development finance, leases, investment sales and purchases, joint ventures, redevelopments, secured lending, mortgages and other commercial property transactions and documentations.
She routinely advises and has advised on all aspects of the Nigerian Litigation practice and procedure and has obtained judgments against State Governments bordering on compulsory Government acquisitions of property vis-à-vis public interests, against the backdrop of the Land Use Act, 1978.
Mojisola has also pioneered Civil Advocacy and has enlightened Clients and the general public on Women and Children’s rights. In the course of her practice, she has also developed interest in the advocacy against unequal treatment of Women, Child abuse and discrimination against the girl child and has been one of the focal voices in this space.
Before joining E&P Legal, Mojisola had gained experience in two notable Law Firms in Nigeria. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and the Nigerian Institute of Management.
It is elementary law that courts of law, like nature, do not act in vain but for a purpose and the purpose must exist and be identifiable and infact be identified. Courts of law do not embark on academic exercise because they are not academic institutions. - Niki Tobi JSC.