Oluwatoyin Badejogbin is a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. After a brief stint in private practice, he began a career in public interest law, where his work has covered areas of topical interests including human rights, judicial integrity and autonomy, and nonprofit governance amongst others. He is now the Advocacy and Policy Lead for the African Legal Information Institute and the Democratic Rights and Governance Unit at the University of Cape Town. His work includes promoting free access to legal information and the rule of law in Africa. Oluwatoyin holds a doctoral degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Cape Town.