LL. B – Afe Babalola University, Nigeria
B.L. – Nigerian Law School, Lagos, Nigeria
LL. M – Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia
Nigeria Supreme Court
Bolaji Queen Adeleye is an Associate Attorney with Arrington Owoo P.C. Literally “born” into the legal profession (both parents being Lawyers), her desire to practice law was influenced from an early age.
Bolaji graduated from Afe Babalola University, with a Bachelor of Laws (LL. B) in 2017 and was admitted to the Nigeria Bar in 2018 and she maintains a Nigeria Bar practicing license. Before moving to Georgia, she practiced as an attorney at a top-tier law firm in Lagos, Nigeria where she worked primarily as a litigation associate.
She recently obtained her Master of Laws (LL.M) from Emory University, Georgia, in May 2020 and having taken and passed the Georgia Bar, she has also been admitted as an Attorney in the State of Georgia.
As an LL.M graduate, she has been privileged to provide advice and guidance to other LL.M students at Georgia law schools, and prospective students too, about finding their feet and thriving as a foreign attorney in U.S legal space; and she continues to do this.
Prior to joining the firm, Bolaji interned with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office where she worked with the attorneys in the Crimes Against Women and Children Unit.
She joined Arrington Owoo P.C in July 2020 as a law clerk while preparing for the Georgia Bar Exam and has been retained as an Associate Attorney.
Bolaji is an active member of Georgia Association for Black Women Attorneys. In her spare time, she enjoys watching a good Netflix show.