Niyi Aborisade - Partner
Qualifications: LLB, LLM.

Location: London

Niyi Aborisade is a Partner in the Law Firm. He specialises in Immigration, Employment and Civil Litigation. He has extensive experience in finding errors of law from the decision of both the First-Tier and upper Immigration Tribunal. Niyi has high success rates in conducting judicial review cases and in negotiation with the Treasury Solicitors in favour of the clients.

He has acted for an appellant in a criminal matter at the Court of appeal in a reported case and succeeded in reducing sentence for the appellant even where counsel suggested there was no merit. He has conducted a huge numbers of appeals at both the first-tier and Upper Tribunal in immigration matter with 80% success rate.

In employment matter, he has acted for Claimants who have received thousands of pounds in compensation and has also acted for Respondent successfully.

He is currently working on a case which may introduce new favourable rules to the immigration system

Outside Work: Niyi is interested in Fishing and Football.

Olufemi Olujinmi - Partner
Qualifications: LLB, BL, LLM.

Location: London

Olufemi Olujinmi Esq. is the pioneer principal of OA Solicitors. He is dual qualified as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England & Wales.

Olufemi specialises in corporate Immigration, criminal litigation, civil Litigation, employment law, corporate and commercial matters.

Olufemi has extensive experience as a lawyer in Nigeria and the United Kingdom and has been actively involved in international arbitrations on behalf of corporate clients. He has been in legal practice in the United Kingdom as a practicing solicitor since 2005.

Olufemi’s practice as a solicitor in the United Kingdom ranges from the First Tier Tribunals, Magistrate Courts, County Courts, Crown Courts and the High Court to the Supreme Court of England and Wales. He is currently pursuing a matter at the Court of Appeal for a client that has changed the interpretation of the Immigration Rules in the light of a conflicting provision in the enabling Act. The Court of Appeal has already granted permission in the matter and the Secretary of State is has already proposed to settle the matter out of court.

Olufemi is an expert on Canadian Immigration law and is presently in the process of re-qualifying as a Canadian Barrister and Solicitor.