Workplace Advocacy in defence of freedom of speech and religion
I am determined to see Christians empowered to live out their faith in the workplace and to be confident about their legal rights to hold to, express, and share their deeply held beliefs.
Jeremiah Igunnubole serves as legal counsel for ADF International in London, United Kingdom, with a focus on litigation and advocacy in defence of freedom of speech and religion.
Prior to joining ADF International, Igunnubole was a Senior Crown Prosecutor with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), specializing in the prosecution of tax and social security fraud. Prior to prosecuting, Igunnubole served as Political and Military Policy Officer in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Syria Desk, fronting the UK’s strategic and diplomatic relations with the Gulf States. Additionally, Igunnubole served as CPS International Liaison Advisor, working with Embassies, High Commissions, and foreign officials to build capacity of criminal justice systems across the world.
Igunnubole earned his LL.B at University of Manchester with honours, and LL.M in Public International Law at Kings College London. Having received the Inner Temple and Duke of Edinburgh Scholarships, he completed the Bar Professional Training Course with BPP Law School. Igunnubole participated in the ADF leadership development programme to become a Blackstone Fellow in 2011. As a barrister, he is admitted to the Bar of England and Wales.
If you are unsure of your rights, first check out Speak Up and the Employers Guide to Christianity in the workplace. If you’re still unsure please don’t hesitate to make contact with Transform Work and lets see how we can help….