Abiodun Michael Olatokun
Fighting to protect human rights.
Fighting to eradicate poverty.
Fighting to entrench social justice.
Fighting to instil the rule of law.
Fighting for a better world
I am a teacher. I bring the rule of law into classrooms across the country and I am a law lecturer at London South Bank University.
I am an activist and charity director working to improve levels of participation in democracy, particularly amongst young people.
I am a lawyer (an unregistered barrister) specialising in equality, human rights, employment, technology and public law.
What do others have to say?
University of Nottingham Volunteer of the Year (2021)
The University of Nottingham Alumni Team
Guru Nanak Social Mobility Scholarship (2021)
Mukhtiar Singh and the Sikh Education Council
Student feedback from my online course (2020)
The latest from Abiodun
- School Exclusions and The Rule of LawSchool Exclusions are often used in an unlawful and arbitrary manner. I explain how and why with my colleague Michelle Kamya below. This post was written for, and originally posted on, the Bingham Centre comment page, which I strongly encourageContinue reading “School Exclusions and The Rule of Law”
- Michael Abiodun Olatokun: From words to action on EDIMuch has been said and written about improving diversity in the charity sector. Now is the time for genuine change. Here are four areas Chairs should reflect on This article was written for the Association of Chairs, an organisation IContinue reading “Michael Abiodun Olatokun: From words to action on EDI”
- Does It Ever Pay To Represent Yourself In Court?The Legal Services Board suggest that 1/10 people in the UK wouldn’t take up the legal services of a solie hoice, and this rises to 20% in the black community. I debunk self-representation with others in this short film forContinue reading “Does It Ever Pay To Represent Yourself In Court?”