Before becoming a Lawyer, Tunde studied Environmental Biotechnology at King’s College London and worked in environmental consulting. His environmental consulting work ultimately inspired him to get into the legal profession to make a larger impact after he participated in a research initiative as a visiting scholar at the Ben-Gurion university of the Negev in Israel. This gave him valuable experience in legal research and in identifying and analyzing legislation designed to address climate change. To prepare for the legal profession, he then went on to study at the University of Westminster in London, Bristol Law School at the University of the West of England, and at the University of Cambridge.
Tunde Ojo worked as a freelance clerk whilst gaining legal experience before he started his own firm, GMSL Legal Services. He really wanted the challenge and independence of managing his own firm. He enjoys helping his clients and put his legal knowledge into practice.
Tunde has also served as a lecturer and visiting lecturer for several colleges in the UK, areas of law and science. He is the author of several published articles. His most recent articles discuss environmental law and regulation of contaminated land and anaerobic degradation of pollutants in soil.