Professional Member: OGUNDIPE OLAWUNMI OPEYEMI


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Olawunmi Opeyemi Ogundipe is a lecturer at Department of Private and Property Law, Faculty of Law, Redeemers University, Ede, Osun State, Nigeria. Olawunmi obtained her Bachelor's degree in Law from Ogun State University, Ago iwoye, Ogun State Nigeria, holds Master's degrees from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and is currently on her doctoral research program at Babcock University, Ilisan, Ogun State.

Her doctoral research is focused on Intervention of law in the Health Care Support of Intimate Partner Violence Survivors in Nigeria.

Previously, Olawunmi worked in the private sector as counsel in chamber and as the principal

partner of O.O Ogundipe & Co which was her own chamber, she was at a time the Legal Officer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and Redeemers University, Ede while also working in the non-profit sector in different capacities.

Her research interests include Health Law, Human Rights law, Equity and Trusts law, Family Law,

Law of Tort, Law of Evidence, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Criminal Law with

particular interest in family related matters.

Her current doctoral thesis explores and investigates Intervention of law in the Health Care

Support of Intimate Partner Violence Survivors in Nigeria with a focus on the ways that law can intervene to aid the impact of health care providers in their support for the survivors of intimate partner violence in Nigeria.

She teaches Health law, Family Law, Law of Evidence, Equity and Trusts, Alternative Dispute

Resolution, Introduction to Civil Procedure and Criminal Law of the LL.B. Programme at the

Redeemers University, Ede.

Some of her Articles Published in Learned Journals are


i. Olawunmi Opeyemi Ogundipe and Omoniyi Bukola Akinola

(2020) “Covid 19 and the Challenges of Access to Justice in

Nigeria”. The Redeemer’s University Law Journal (RUN LAW

JOURNAL) Vol.3, Issue I. Faculty of Law, Redeemer’s University,

Ede, Nigeria, pp388-403.


ii. O.A. Fatula, A. A. Adepoju and O.O. Ogundipe: (2018) “Hate

speech, Freedom of Expression and State Security Laws in Nigeria”.

The Redeemer’s University Law Journal (RUNLAWJ)Vol.1, Pt II.

College of Law, Redeemer’s University, Ede, Nigeria, pp657-672.


iii. O.A. Fatula, Abiodun Amuda – Kannike and O.O. Ogundipe:

(2018) “Suicide and the right to life”. The Redeemer’s University

Law Journal (RUNLAWJ) Vol.1, Pt II. College of Law, Redeemer’s

University, Ede, Nigeria, pp635-642.


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