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Oluwaseyi’s practice focuses on formation, licensing, and service agreements for tech startups, private equity clients, and investment funds.
She was a summer associate at the firm for two consecutive years, including as a member of the 1L LCLD’s Scholars Program, a partnership between the firm and the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. During this time, Oluwaseyi gained pro bono experience in the firm’s tenancy clinic, where she represented clients facing eviction and handled immigration matters.
While in law school, Oluwaseyi was an extern at the Missouri Attorney General‘s Office, where she assisted the Governmental Affairs practice group by researching issues pertaining to the Missouri Human Rights Act (MHRA). She was also a part of her school’s Immigration Law Clinic, where she assisted clients seeking asylum and other forms of immigration relief.
After completing her undergraduate studies, Oluwaseyi spent two years as a paralegal at an Am Law 50 law firm in the labor and employment department.