Founder, B. AYORINDE & CO Law Firm; Council Member, Section on Public and Development Law, (SPIDEL), Nigerian Bar Association; Chairman, Finance Committee, Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja Branch, Lagos State; Member, Presidential Advisory Committee on the Prerogative of Mercy; Chairman, Legal Aid Council of Nigeria; Chairman, Aviation & Transport Committee; Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators; Chairman, Wellness Health Care Group.
– Junior Counsel, Messrs Akin-Delano, Legal Practitioners, Lagos, National Youth Service Programme,1986;
– In Charge, Messrs Akin-Delano, Legal Practitioners, Lagos Office, 1989-1990;
– Notary Public for Nigeria, November 25, 1994;
– Senior Advocate of Nigeria, September 26, 2005;
– Pro-Chancellor, Chairman Governing Council Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State, 2007-2011;
– Chairman, Committee on the Decongestion of Prisons, Oyo State;
– Member, Constitution Drafting Committee, Diocese of Lagos West
– Member, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA);
– Member, Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SAN)
– Member, International Bar Association (IBA);
– Member, Nigeria-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC);
– Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators
– Member, Nigerian-Belgian Commercial Information and Documentation Centre;
– Member, Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA).
– Recipient, Society of Security Practitioners of Nigeria Award 2005-2007;
– Recipient, Outstanding African Nations Builders Gold Award, Ghana, 2006-2007;
– Recipient, Award for Excellence in leadership and Administration, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Alumni 2007;
– Recipient, Distinguished Personality Award by Augustine Nnamani Chambers, Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, 2008;
– Recipient, Platinum Award of Excellent Leadership Award by Federation of Oyo State Students Union,2008;
– Recipient, Award for Professional Excellence by Central Council for Ibadan Indigenes (CCII), 2010;
– Officer of the Order of the Federal Republic” of Nigeria (OFR), 2014;
– Recipient, Award of Service To The Nation by Congress of Nigerian Youth (CONYO), February 26, 2018.
– Securing and Enforcing Maritime Claims: Juriscope 1st Edition-2001 Series;
– Wills and Testamentary Disposition;
– Sovereign Immunity and the Trials of Augosto Pinochet;
– Judicial Precedent, Law Reporting and the Need for Regulation;
– Judicial Bias and Justice Delivery;
– A Commentary on the Independence of Electoral Umpire in Nigeria;
– Boko Haram, Terrorism and Fundamental Human Rights: the Challenges that concern us;
– Criminal Justice System in Nigeria;
– 53, Years after Independence: the many facaes of Judicial Riot;
– Nigerian-Any Strength in Adversity;
– A Reformatory Approach to the Criminal Justice System in Nigeria;
– The Rashidi Yekini Case and the State of Mental Health Law in Nigeria.
– Omo Ajorosun Club, Ibadan;
– Ibadan Golf Club, Ibadan;
– Ikoyi Club,1938 Lagos;
– The Metropolitan Club, 1959, Lagos;
– The Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Lagos;
– Island Club, Lagos.
Chief Bolaji Ayorinde is a member of various church societies amongst which are:
– Member, Christian Unity Band of Nigeria of All Saints, Anglican Church Ikosi – Ketu, Lagos;
– Member, Youth Christian Society of the Cathedral of St. James The Great, Oke Bola, Ibadan;
– Member, Ogunpa Descendants Union of the Cathedral of St James The Great, Okebola Ibadan, Fountain of Hope Society;
– Member, African Church Cathedral Bethel, Lagos;
– Honorary Member Christian Guild, African Church Cathedral Bethel, Lagos;
– Patron, Men’s Friendly Society and Young Women Christian Association of All Saints Anglican Church, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos State;
– Patron, Lady Workers League of the Cathedral of St. James The Great, Okebola, Ibadan, Oyo State.
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