Edward A. Oremuyiwa BA(Hons), LLB(Hons), LLM Solicitor
Edward Oremuyiwa has been a Legal Practitioner for several years before he qualified as a
Solicitor in 2018.
He graduated from the University of Westminster in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business
Management. He completed his law studies at London South Bank University and was
awarded a Graduate Diploma in Law in 2015. He then proceeded to study a Master
programme in Law and was awarded an LLM in Legal Studies in 2016.
Edward is an Immigration Specialist and has been awarded the Law Society’s quality mark in
Immigration and Asylum law. He is a member of various professional organisations including
the Housing Law Practitioners Association (HLPA), Immigration Law Practitioners Association
(ILPA) and Resolution.
He has a vast knowledge in the areas of Immigration, Housing, Family and Employment Law.
He is currently responsible for supervising housing law matters in our firm under the Legal
Aid Agency civil contract. His work includes:
- Homeless applications and Challenges
- Illegal eviction and injunction applications in court
- Preparing clients for possession proceedings
- Negotiating with social and private landlords
- Drafting court papers and presenting cases before District Judges in county court
Edward also frequently advises clients in relation to Immigration and Asylum Law, including:
- Preparing and drafting court papers for presentation before Immigration Judges
at both the First tier and Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum
- Preparing and filing Judicial review applications before the Higher
courts and making legal representations on behalf of clients.
- Challenging Home Office refusals on administrative reviews and legal
Edward specialises in all areas of Family Law including divorce, separation, financial remedy,
child arrangement issues and injunctions. He acts for both private paying clients and those
who are eligible for legal aid.
He also has experience in advising and representing clients at employment tribunals and
other employment law matters.