Dr. Oluwatoyin Badejogbin is a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. After a brief stint in private legal practice, he began a career in public interest law, where his work has covered areas of topical interest including torture, extra-judicial killings, judicial independence and accountability, law enforcement accountability, and criminal justice. His other areas of research interest include non-profit governance, terrorism, and the interface between civil society and terrorism. In 2006, Oluwatoyin became a Senior International Fellow in Philanthropy at the Johns Hopkins University, where he researched resourcing community development initiatives. In the last few years, he has been a research student at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, completing work on a doctoral thesis.
Toyin works on advocacy and policy issues at AfricanLII.