Adejumoke Akinbusoye

Adejumoke Akinbusoye a board member of The Barnabas Mission, a not-for-profit organization focused on family welfare in Nigeria. She is a legal practitioner and a researcher with interests in the fields of environment, development, energy and climate change law. She obtained her LL. B degree from the University of Lagos (2010) and her LL. M degree in Environmental Law and Policy from the Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy, (CEPMLP) University of Dundee (2014). She was called to the Nigerian Bar in the year 2012. She is currently concluding her doctoral studies at the Centre for Petroleum, Energy, Economics and Law (CPEEL), University of Ibadan. She lectures on International Trade Law, Mineral and Water law and Petroleum and Energy Law at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Her experience in legal practice spans litigation, corporate commercial practice, corporate governance, and legal advocacy. She is a Green Climate Fund (GCF) Gender Monitor, a member of the Nigerian Bar Association, American Society of International Law, The Institute of Chartered Secretaries Administrators of Nigeria, and the Counselling Association of Nigeria. She is passionate about mentoring and is the founder of Ladies Talk, (an initiative which focuses on connecting female mentees with mentors, counselling and women empowerment and training). She is the climate change program coordinator for the Centre for 21st-century issues, a civil society organization in Nigeria. Her current research is focused on the regulatory framework for low carbon development in Nigeria.