I write on a diverse range of public interest topics to influence political debate and persuade others to take up action on the causes that they care about. Have a look at what I’ve written below:
- A Olatokun (2022) The Journey To Legal Capability, International Journal of Public Legal Education, Northumbria University.
- A Olatokun (2022) My Year As An Ambassador For the Young Trustees Movement, Social Change Agency.
- A Olatokun, (2022) The Welcome to Ukrainian refugees is Uniquely Compassionate, Sikh Educational Trust, Online.
- A Olatokun, (2022) Written Evidence: Public Opinion and Understanding of Sentencing, UK Parliament, Justice Committee, Online.
- A Olatokun, (2022) We Need The Rule of Law, EachOther, Online.
- A Olatokun, ‘How does the legal system need to evolve in the age of social media?’, 2022, University of Nottingham Alumni Newsletter, Online.
- M Olatokun ‘Michael Abiodun Olatokun: From words to action on EDI’, 2021, Association of Chairs, London.
- M Olatokun, ‘An analysis: the right to protest in the UK compared with such rights in India’, 2021, Sikh Press Association, London.
- M Kamya and M Olatokun, ‘School Exclusions and The Rule of Law’, 2021, The Bingham Centre Comment, London.
- M Olatokun and J Glynne, 2021, #MeettheAmbassadors: Michael Abiodun Olatokun, Young Trustees Movement.
- M Olatokun, 2021, ‘Does the law think that black lives matter?’ The Theory and Practice of Legislation, Volume 9, Issue 1.
- M Olatokun, 2021, ‘Policing The Future’, Human Rights In Action Goldsmiths University, London.
- D. Fung, J. Clarke, M. Olatokun and R. Stuart, ‘Report of the Teaching Excellence Framework Subject Pilot Panel for Business, Law, Health and Social Care’ (2019) included in Office for Students, 2021, ‘Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF): Findings from the subject-level pilot 2018-19 Annex C: Subject panel reports’
- Wintersteiger, Morse, Olatokun and Morris, 2021, ‘Systematic Review of Public Legal Education’ Legal Services Board, London.
- M. Olatokun, 2020 ‘Consult beyond the usual suspects to renew the constitution’, The Times, London.
- M Olatokun, 2020, ‘Bingham Centre Response to the Legal Services Board consultation on the Draft Business Plan for 2020/2021’ London.
- M. Olatokun, 2020 ‘Defending Democracy’, The General Council of the Bar of England and Wales, London.
- Bingham Centre Response to a consultation of the Care of Children in Jersey Review Panel regarding the powers of the Jersey Children’s Commissioner.
- Bingham Centre Response to the House of Commons Justice Committee inquiry into the ‘Transforming Our Justice System’ programme.
- Bingham Centre Response to the OFSTED consultation on its framework, handbook and strategy.
- Joint HRE4All response to the OFSTED consultation on its framework, handbook and strategy.
- M. Olatokun, 2019, ‘The Rule of Law Should Be Taught In Schools’, RECONNECT, London.
- M. Olatokun, ‘Automated Facial Recognition and The Rule of Law’, (2019) The Bingham Centre Comment, London.
- M. Olatokun, ‘Courts are becoming modern but may leave many behind’, (2019) The Bingham Centre Comment, London.
- M Olatokun, ‘Erasmus and Brexit’
- Briefing parliamentarians on the issues posed by the Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2018:
- M Olatokun, ‘Lord Denning’
- A response to the Department for Education Relationships (and sex) education and health education consultation.
- M. Olatokun, ‘A Vision for Public Legal Education’, (2018) The All-Party Parliamentary Groups on the Rule of Law and Public Legal Education, London.
- Solicitor General’s Public Legal Education Committee, ‘A Ten Year Vision for Public Legal Education: Prepared by the Solicitor General’s Committee on Public Legal Education’
- M Olatokun, ‘Help Us To Build Diana’s Legacy!’ Huffington Post, Online.
- M Olatokun, ‘How To Reach All-Star Status On LinkedIn’
- M Olatokun, Encouraging students and recent graduates to join LinkedIn:
- M Olatokun, ‘Making The Most of Being On LinkedIn
- XH Eng, L McNamara, M Olatokun; 2017; ‘The Rule of Law for Citizenship Education: International Law and Human Rights’; British Institute of International and Comparative Law; London; 134; 978-1-90-522167-7
- M Olatokun; 2017; ‘Human Rights Education’ The Association of Citizenship Teaching Journal; Summer 2017; pp 54-57
- M Olatokun, ‘Brexit and International Education’
- M Olatokun, ‘Evidence to the Ad Hoc Select Committee on Citizenship and Civic Engagement’
- A Olatokun, The Rule Of Law Must Be At The Centre Of Brexit
- M Olatokun, 2015, ‘Let’s speak up for Nottingham’s future.’
- M Olatokun, ‘The first and third sector – creating a communicative marriage’ The Orator, Online.
- M Olatokun, ‘The criminal lawyers’ strike and justice cuts: the wrong reforms’ The Orator, Online.
- M Olatokun, ‘Extending the franchise to 16 year olds in the eu referendum’ Young Fabians, Anticipations Magazine, December 2015 pgs 17-18.