Oluwatoyin Aiyepola is a dedicated lawyer with a strong passion for data-driven access to justice reforms in Nigeria. She graduated from the University of Lagos, Akoka in 2014 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2015. With experience as an Associate at the Corporate Commercial Practice Group and Deputy Sector Head of the Public Sector at Jackson, Etti and Edu, she provided legal counsel to regulators and government agencies.
In 2019, Oluwatoyin played a crucial role in drafting the Business Facilitation and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2023. She focuses on access to justice for sexual and gender-based violence cases in Ogun State, collaborating with law enforcement and support teams. Currently, she serves as the Special Assistant to the Executive Governor of Ogun State on Legal Matters, driving reforms in Nigeria’s legal system.