At the law firm of Kingsley Jesuorobo and Associates, we believe that no law firm can really adequately address its clients’ needs without a rich research facility and a strong support staff. Hence, we boast of not only having a superb team of support staff but also a research reservoir that has been creatively built up for over a decade by some of the best and diverse brains in the business.
For example, between 2005 and September 2007, we retained Ms. Rhoda Kargbo, a former research assistant at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, to head our research department. Ms. Kargbo is a lawyer of both the Ontario, Canada and Sierra Leonean bars. She graduated as the best all-round student in her bar examination and has a Masters degree (with Distinction) from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Our research department has also benefited from many Articling Students and several other outstanding scholars like Dr. Boniface Ahunwan (Dr. Juris, Canada), Angela Princewill (LL.B. Nigeria and Canada), Remi Tewogbade (LL.M., Canada) and Sesulelo Mubaya (a Zimbabwean Canadian) who has an Associate Degree in Law from United Kingdom.
Messrs Demola Oladapo (LL.B., Nigeria) and Rasaq Jimoh (LL.B., B.L., Nigeria), were also our regular but well-experienced researchers and Legal Assistants. Mercy Dadepo(LL.B., B.L. of both Ontario Canada and Nigerian Bars), Roy Amadi (LL.B of Ontario Canada and Nigeria Bars) Tricia Simon (LL.B.,of Ontario Bar) and Simeon Oyelade (LL.M., of Ontario Bar) are also among numerous former articling students and staff lawyers who worked with our firm and, in the process, enriched our research reservoir tremendously. Mosun Obembe (LL.B.; B.L., Nigeria) has also been admitted to our firm as an Articling Student for 2011. Kike Oloyede, Bsc., Dip. in Law, is among the team of our dedicated staff who dispenses high quality service to our clients.
We therefore rightfully pride ourselves in having a research reservoir that essentially amounts to an awesome arsenal that covers a myriad of legal and factual scenarios. We readily draw from and deploy this rich resource for the protective benefit of our clients.
This is one of the key reasons why we win most of our cases.