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Kunle Adegoke, SAN

Kunle Adegoke, SAN

Address: 1, Abiodun Famodimu Close, Off Esugbayi Street, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos.

biogrraphy & introduce

Kunle Adegoke, SAN is a seasoned lawyer, with many laurels to his name, cut his legal teeth with the distinguished law firm of Olaniwun Ajayi LP between April 2003 and September 2004. He was in a thriving partnership in the law firm of M. A. Banire & Associates from August 2004 till September 2017 when he decided to run Kunle Adegoke & Co., a firm registered ten years back in 2007. 

Kunle is an expert in litigation, a reputable commercial lawyer, and a registered capital market solicitor having participated in huge transactions like the Due Diligence Exercise and Advisory to Dangote Industries Limited which led to the establishment of the Obajana Cement Company; the 60 Billion Naira Osun State Bond and Sukuk – 2014; the Lagos State 100 billion Naira Bond of 2019 – 2020 and has acted as Receiver/Manager to a host of companies. 

With an LLM Degree in Secured Credit Transactions and Conflict of Laws from the University of Lagos, he is a well-respected consultant to Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) on behalf of whom he has prosecuted many cases and debt recoveries. He has been counsel in many notable election petitions across Nigeria from 2007 till the most recent Atiku v. Buhari election petition where he represented President Muhammadu Buhari of All Progressives Congress.

He is also an expert in legal drafting and has commercially served several governmental establishments, giant telecommunications, and other big companies.


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His Writings

Kunle Adegoke is a prolific writer whose writings have graced the pages of many Nigerian newspapers and legal journals among which are:


The Constitutionality of the Sharia in Nigeria (1999) – article published in the Guardian Newspaper of December 7, 1999.
Renvoi: The Sensibilities of a Legal Conundrum (2000)
Is Iraq Still A State? – an article published in the Guardian Newspaper (2004).
The Blue Book 2004:  Practical Approach To The High Court of Lagos State (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2004 co-authored and published by M. A. Banire & Associates in conjunction with Excel Publication Services Ltd., in 2004 with second and third editions having been published in 2008 and 2013).
The frustration of Contract: Common Causes, Resulting Rights and Liabilities – article published in Legal Aspects of Finance in Emerging Markets (ed. Olaniwun Ajayi) Lexis Nexis, 2005, page 299.
Current Trends in the Formation and Interpretation of Contracts –  article published in Legal Aspects of Finance in Emerging Markets (ed. Olaniwun Ajayi) Lexis Nexis, 2005, page 267.
The Blue Book Law Report: A Compilation of Cases on Lagos State Rules of Practice and Procedure [2008] BLR (Pt. 1) co-edited and published by M. A. Banire & Associates, 2008.
Secured Credit and Intricacies of Choses in Action – Yet to be published.
The Return of Oranmiyan – The Legal Battles to Reclaim Aregbesola’s Mandate, co-authored and published in 2011.
Right to Challenge Nomination in Election Petition – the Need for the Supreme Court of Nigeria to Overrule Itself. (Yet to be published).
Internet Jurisdiction: A Catch-22 Situation and The Trajectory of the Nigerian Judicial System” (Unpublished) being paper delivered at a One-Day Conference during the 2016 National Cyber Security Awareness Month on the 8th day of December 2016 at Oriental Hotel, Lagos and reported at http://technologytimes.ng/nigeria-cybercrime-act-weighs-down-federal-high-court/ accessed on 19 April, 2017.
Nigeria Cyber Law and Cyber Citizenship in a Digital World – a lecture delivered on 25th August 2017 at the 2017 Nigeria ICT Impact CEO Forum & Awards.

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