Femi Falana, SAN and former president of the West African Bar Association (WABA)
Adetokunbo Mumuni, a lawyer, and SERAP’s Executive Director has previously worked on the Constitutional Rights Project (CRP) Lawyers Committee, and helped contribute to the pro-bono program of the organization. He initiated SERAP’s initial work with local governments in Lagos, and provides leadership for SERAP’s various monitoring and advocacy projects.
Eze Anaba is a journalist of several years standing. Eze is currently the deputy editor of the Vanguard newspaper. Eze has a Masters degree in Mass Communication at the University of Leicester in the UK, and was on the board of the Media Rights Agenda for several years and acted as the editor of its journal. Eze brings to SERAP rich practical experiences and knowledge, having worked in Nigeria during its most difficult era, and after transition to democracy in 1999.
Dr. Kolawole Olaniyan currently works as Legal Adviser at Amnesty International in London. Dr. Olaniyan has published extensively in the areas of corruption and human rights. His book on: Systemic Corruption and Human Rights Law in Africa, based on his doctoral dissertation at the University of Notre Dame, USA, is now being published. Before joining Amnesty, Dr. Olaniyan worked for several years as the Head of the Legal Services Unit of the Constitutional Rights Project (CRP), one of Nigeria’s leading human rights organizations.
Dr. Sunbo Odebode is a graduate of Women & Development at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) at The Hague. Sunbo obtained her PhD in Gender & Development, and currently works as the Gender & HIV/AIDS Coordinator at the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) in Abuja.
Lateef Olawale Yussuf, is a community leader
Tayo Oyetibo, SAN
Professor Ayo Atsenuwa, Professor of Law, and Dean Faculty of Law, University of Lagos
Professor Dinah Shelton, George Washington University, USA
Professor Donald Kommers, University of Notre Dame, USA;
Ms Sanji Mmasenono MONAGENG, Judge, International Criminal Court, The Hague
Alexander W. Sierck, Adjunct Professor at the prestigious Georgetown University Law Center (SERAP’s Volunteer Counsel)