Ayodele Akenroye

Ayodele Akenroye
Akenroye Law Barristers and Solicitors
Principal
Criminal

Ayodele Akenroye, founder and principal of Toronto's Akenroye Law, focuses on criminal law.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria in 2007, before earning his Master of Laws from the University of Manitoba in 2011 and his Doctor of Philosophy in international criminal law from McGill University in 2017.

Mr. Akenroye is a member of the Bar in Ontario, Manitoba, and Nigeria.

He handles such matters as assault, sexual assault, drunk driving offences, theft, fraud, weapons charges, drug crimes, regulatory offences, and bribery and corruption. Mr. Akenroye represents clients at all stages of the process, including police investigations, bail hearings, confiscation and enforcement hearings, inquests, administrative proceedings, extraditions, trials, and appeals.

As an advocate for human rights, Mr. Akenroye represents clients in trials involving genocide, crimes against humanity, and other war crimes before the international criminal court and national courts. He is an elected member of the training committee of the International Criminal Court Bar Association, The Hague, Netherlands.

In addition, Mr. Akenroye speaks on criminal law and human rights issues at conferences in Canada and globally. He taught a human rights course at the University of Winnipeg as an adjunct professor and has instructed courses at McGill University.

Mr. Akenroye is a member of the International Criminal Court Bar Association, Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, Criminal Lawyers’ Association, Halton County Law Association, Ontario Bar Association, Canadian Bar Association, American Society of International Law, and International Law Association.

 

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