Kingsley I. Jesuorobo is called to the Bars of Ontario, Canada and Nigeria.
Kingsley graduated from the University of Benin, Nigeria with LL.B (Hons) and attended the University of Toronto for his Canadian LL.B. equivalency degree.
Kingsley has extensive experience in legal practice. His practice has spanned three decades. Some of Kingsley’s ground-breaking cases have been subjects of major scholarly research and articles.
Kingsley has presented lectures in various scholarly fora, including Oxford University, UK, York University, Canada and African Bar Association conference, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Kingsley is the Vice President (North America), African Bar Association and the Chairman (Canada Forum), African Bar Association.
He is a member of the Board of Directors, Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers.
Kingsley is the Founder, Principal and Managing Counsel of Kingsley Jesuorobo & Associates, a Canadian law firm.
He is the Co-founder and Managing Partner at JED Solicitors, a Nigerian-Canadian affiliated law firm.
Kingsley is the founder of DANALIX, a web and mobile, all-in-one, multilingual, time and business management software primarily designed for lawyers and other professionals to efficiently manage their practices.
Below are some of Kingsley’s other career highlights:
Kingsley has served as President, Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers (2017 – 2019).
He has organized intensive Law Course/Professional Training for over a dozen Nigerian judges in Canada.
He has trained dozens of lawyers and numerous paralegals under the Bar Admission program of the Law Society of Ontario, Canada.
Kingsley co-founded Canada’s first 24-hour black television network, First Entertainment Voice of Africa Television (FEVA TV).
He has served as Chief Legal Counsel at FEVA TV (2013 – 2016)
Kingsley has served as Chair of the Board of Directors, Canada Nigeria Chamber of Commerce (2011 to 2012).
He has served as Chair of the Board of Directors of Democratic Alliance for Nigerians in Canada (DANIC) during Nigeria’s pro-democracy struggle in the 1990s.
Kingsley has won Planet Africa Award for Professional Excellence (2004).
He has received an Award of Recognition from the Nigerian Canadian Association for his outstanding contribution to the community (2004).
Kingsley has been featured as one of the ten most influential Nigerians in Canada by the Planet Africa Magazine (2010).
He has won an of Award of Excellence from the Nigerian Bar Association, Benin Branch. (2017)
He has been featured as Thisday (newspaper) Legal Personality. (2017)
Kingsley is the author of an Amazon Bestseller, titled: “Province of Poetry: A collection of poems and philosophical phrases” (2017).