Abimbola Adeluwoye functions as the Chief Client Officer, Famsville. She is responsible for providing strategy advisory services to the firm’s management and supervises interdepartmental, B2B, B2G and client facing services.
Her experience transverses both the public and private sector where she held similar roles including TotalEnergies (EP) Nigeria Staff Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd, Oando, and the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL).
She understands the necessarily reactionary nature of law and how skilled knowledge of behavioral science can be deployed in understanding relationships and implementing legal strategies. She applies her varied interests in new and burgeoning areas of law in Nigeria and cross continental applications.
An avid observer and volunteer, her commentaries on legal administration and national concerns have been featured in ThisDay Law, Guardian and BellaNaija. Her book titled Ma Belle was featured by World Vison and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a literacy tool for young uneducated women in Africa. She has also published a workbook on adoption and wrote/produced an eponymous documentary on infanticide in Nigeria, titled “Nifemi’s Law”.
She has attended several executive training courses and conferences both locally and internationally.
She holds a degree in Law and is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration (UK) Nigeria.