Mrs. Adeyinka Aroyewun is an internationally accredited mediator of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), UK; a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK and an IMI Certified Mediator. She is currently the Director of the Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse and a lawyer with over 30 years post call experience spanning over various aspects of business and law. As a seasoned Mediator and Negotiator, she has mediated and negotiated extensive diversity of matters which cut across commercial contracts, banking and insurance amongst others.

She was a lead Consultant on ADR on the British Council J4A component 2: CIP 2.2 for improving the efficiency and respect for Human rights in the traditional justice system of Lagos State. She is an experienced trainer in Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques and was part of a team of certified trainers on the World Bank project for the expansion of ADR mechanisms and institutions in Nigeria managed by the ADR Centre in Italy.

She was appointed by the DFID/British Council as Lead Faculty in the first Mediation Skills Training Programme for the Lagos State Citizens Mediation Centre in 2012 where mediators were trained and assessed and mentored in a professional mediation skills training programme. She is an accomplished speaker and author on ADR and Mediation in particular and has been invited widely to deliver papers on ADR.

She sits on the Governing Council of the University of Lagos/NCMG College of Negotiation and the Edo State Multi-Door Courthouse. She is on the Panel of Neutrals of the National Communications Commission, Nigeria and the Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse.