Oladimeji Ojo


Oladimeji is a strong advocate who enjoys the effort that goes into conceiving and executing legal strategy, and excels at delivering easily understood oral and written arguments that address the complex issues of clients that span across borders, languages, cultures and industries.


Oladimeji is involved in the resolution of a wide range of disputes arising from Nigeria’s petroleum industry through litigation, arbitration or alternative methods of dispute resolution. These disputes involve complex questions relating to contract law, tax, shipping/maritime and environmental law. He has significant expertise in disputes relating to energy and natural resources, including work on ad hoc and institutional arbitrations.

  • University of Aberdeen, LLM - International Commercial Law with Professional Skills (Arbitration), 2015, Commendation
  • Nigerian Law School, BL, 2012, Second Class Lower Division
  • University of Lagos, LLB, 2011, Second Class Upper Division
Memberships & Professional Associations
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • London Court of International Arbitration, Young International Arbitration Group
  • Nigerian Bar Association
  • Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre
    2016 Member Planning Committee, First ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration
Community Service/Pro Bono

Pro bono representation of 115 persons defrauded by a land developer in Lagos State