Aina Veronica Oyetunde (2005)
Aina Veronica Oyetunde graduated with a Commercial and Corporate Law LLM in 2005 is currently working as a Senior Contracts Legal Counsel with a foremost conglomerate in Nigeria
Why did you choose to study at CCLS?
My name is Aina Veronica Oyetunde. I decided to study at CCLS because I had done some research and discovered that CCLS was and still is one of the leading UK Universities in commercial Law and at the time was part of the prestigious University of London Intercollegiate LLM Program, which had a tremendous appeal for me.
What was your favorite memory as a CCLS student?
I have so many fond memories from my time at CCLS, however a highlight would be the induction program held at Cumberland Lodge at the beginning of the LLM. At the induction, I got an overview of the various modules I could choose, through the various presentations by the academic staff. I also got to meet so many different people from diverse cultures and made a good number of friends and still remain friends with a number of them to this day.
What does being a member of the CCLS community mean to you?
I am immensely proud of being a member of the CCLS alumni community, as it has offered me tremendous benefits and created more opportunities for me in my career.
How did your CCLS experience contribute to your career?
My experience and qualification from CCLS have contributed significantly to my career by equipping me with specialist knowledge in commercial law and providing opportunities in my career path.
Why do you think prospective students should study at CCLS?
The Centre for Commercial Law Studies offers a wide range of postgraduate programmes and is one of the leading UK Universities in commercial Law. This would give prospective students good training and grounding to have a successful legal career.
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