Ronke Omorodion is a dual licensed lawyer who obtained her first law degree from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria in 2009 and licensure from the Nigerian Law School in 2010. After her call to the bar, she worked as a junior counsel for a civil litigation law firm and later as the lead editor at a law reporting firm.
Prior to relocating to Canada in 2018, she ran a private practice and was known as the “entrepreneur’s lawyer.” She delivered innovative legal solutions to entrepreneurs and small businesses by simplifying complex legal issues and helped entrepreneurs understand the legal implications of carrying on business in Nigeria. Her practice areas encompassed the full range of corporate and commercial legal services including company registration, intellectual property protection (trademark, copyright and patent registration), and company secretarial services.
Ronke was an active member of the Nigerian Bar Association and a member of the editorial board of the Nigerian Bar Association (Ikeja Branch) Quarterly Publication called “The Ikeja Bar Newsletter” from 2015 to 2016. She also has extensive social media management and digital marketing experience.
After completing her articles, Ronke was called to the Alberta Bar in 2021 and is now an associate in the firm.
Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband, going for walks, watching crime movies and playing board games like Monopoly and Scrabble.
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association (Small and Solo General Practice Section, Personal Injury Section, Labour and Employment Law Section, and Civil litigation Section)
- Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
- The Advocates’ Society
- Global Lawyers of Canada
- Calgary Black Chambers
Additional Language: Yoruba
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