LAGOS LAWYER, LADE ADEYEMI GIVES SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
It goes with his government hectic as national lawyer, Lade Adeyemi have so much to celebrate.
He's a very unassuming and a philanthropist to the core who's dream is to help the needy to achieve their goals easily. About four years ago, Barrister Lade Adeyemi introduced an institution called Translatic Negotiation School for unemployed youths to develop their careers and business negotiation skills. Having been trained by the best business and law schools in the world, the Harvard University and MIT Sloan School of Management, he has today been privilege to train over 100,000 professionals across countries in 6 continents amongst whom includes lawyers, Magistrates, Medical Practitioners, students to mention but a few.
The good news from the stable of the thoroughbred lawyer is that, his school of negotiation has set up a scholarship programme tagged "Business Negotiation Acquisition Course" for 9.000 Unemployed Nigerian Professionals and graduate, I.e 250 unemployed processionals and/or Business owners from each of the 36 states. The programme is under a project he recently initiated called "Lade Adeyemi Business Negotiation Improvement Scholarship for Africa" (LABNISA) to cater for the unemployed populace of the country.
Lade Adeyemi is the only son from the family of five of professor Funmi Adeyemi the legal adviser and permanent secretary at Nicon who is also an Insurance law professional. Lade got inspires by going to court with him even though he was a toddler and he felt in love with law. He has worked with some chambers like JK. Gadzama and Co in Abuja, late Idowu (SAN), late Lateef Adegbite who was the Secretary General of the Muslim Council. He later stopped litigation for a while and moved to the UK where he had his Master programme. He worked as a business law lecturer at the Singapore, worked with Lagos state as the personal Assistant to the Executive chairman, Lagos state public works corporation before going into negotiation business school fully. He married to a popular Lagos doctor Oluwatoyin Adeyemi who is currently working under the Lagos state Ministry.
Lade Adeyemi had a degree in English from the University of Lagos before proceeding to Igbenedion University where he bagged a degree in Law. He furthered his education with a Master degree from the London University and then a professional programme at Harvard University on Negotiation.
He has won several meritorious awards which includes the prestigious leadership award on negotiation by the African Leadership Magazine in Cairo, honorary award by the world wide who is who in the United State as one of the top 500 professionals globally and many others.