Our Founding Principal Counsel
Chief Ladosu Ladapo (SAN) obtained his Law degree from the University of London in August 1963 and was called to the English Bar as a member of the Inner Temple London in the same year. He was enrolled in Nigeria as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court in 1963. He was appointed a Notary Public by the Chief Justice of Nigeria in 1970 and was appointed as a Senior Advocate of Nigeria in 1985. He remained in active practice until his death in 2003.
He was an active member of several professional associations including the International Bar Association, the Commonwealth Lawyers Association and a life member of the Nigerian Society of International Law. He was at different times a member of the General Council and the National Executive Council of the Nigerian Bar Association and he was a life member of the Body of Benchers.
Chief Ladosu Ladapo (SAN) had a stint in public service between 1971 and 1975, when he served as Commissioner for Economic Planning and Reconstruction and Commissioner for Works and Transport in the then Western State of Nigeria.