Oluwanike Omotayo has emerged the winner of the 2019 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for Female Lawyers out of the 280 lawyers that competed.

Oluwanike Omotayo wins the 2019 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for female lawyers. She practices Law in Akure,Ondo State.

She emerged after a quiz competition that was organised in four elimination stages.
23 lawyers competed in the finals which took place on the 9th of March 2019.

Mrs Akeredolu SAN sponsored the prize in commemmoration of the 2019 International Women’s Day.
The competition was opened to those who were 10 years and below post call.

Oluwanike was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2015 and practices law in Akure,Ondo state. She is a litigation lawyer.

Rafiat Shittu came second in the 2019 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN courtroom Mail Prize for Female Lawyers. She practices Law in Ibadan,Oyo State

Rafiat Shittu from Ibadan came 2nd in the competition. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2016.She will go home with the second Prize.

Taiwo Aladejana came 3rd in the 2019 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for Female Lawyers.

The third prize will be taken by Taiwo Aladejana from Abuja who was called in 2016.

The Prizes will be made up of law reports of different subscription categories.

7 thoughts on “Breaking News: Oluwanike Omotayo from Akure wins Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Prize 2019

  1. This is good, its proves the world has not celebrated the International Women’s Day in vain and that female lawyers are strong, dedicated and determined women worth even more than we are celebrated.

    I congratulate myself, I congratulate my colleagues who also won. Every win is a magnificent win.
    Above all, I want to appreciate Mrs. Abimbola Akeredolu SAN, and the organizer, Courtroom mail, for graciously granting this grand opportunity to lawyers out here and across the country. We are blessed to have her as one of our own.

  2. Congratulations Oluwanike. I join the whole world to celebrate you on this occasions of your legal dexterity at the competition and also for making us proud. More of this in Jesus name….to the other contestants I equally celebrate you as well. Best of luck in life.

  3. I want to appreciate Abimbola Akeredolu SAN for her contribution in bettering the life of female lawyers by providing us with some of the requisite tools for good legal practice. So also, the entire courtroom mail for making this possible. I got the law reports today.

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