Ade Osuntogun obtained her LL.B degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and a B.L degree from the Nigerian Law School, Lagos. She pursued her Masters in International Law and Business at the Stetson University College of Law, Florida and interned at the Ocean Conservancy. She has written extensively on human rights and environmental issues in Nigeria ranging from the Niger Delta situation to human rights abuses in the nation and the attendant social consequences. At CIEL, Ms. Osuntogun focused on Community-Based Property Rights in Nigeria. As part of the fellowship, Ade also visited our Environmental Justice Project partners in the Philippines, where she participated in the Philippine Forum on Environmental Justice.
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