Shile Adeyoyin Summer Law Student

Speaks:  English

Primary office:  Ottawa

Shile Adeyoyin

Shile Adeyoyin is a summer law student in Gowling WLG’s Ottawa office.

Shile is completing her JD Common Law degree at the University of Ottawa. During her studies, Shile works as a policy analyst for Public Safety Canada’s Crime Prevention division. She has worked in the Family division at the University of Ottawa’s Legal Aid Clinic, and has participated in robust advocacy moots, such as Nelligan Law and the Julius Isaac Alexandra moot. Shile is currently the co-president of the Black Law Student Association

Prior to law school, Shile earned her bachelor’s degree in international developments and media studies at the University of Toronto. After which, she worked as a consultant for the Government of Saskatchewan.

Shile is passionate about advocacy, administrative law, human rights and policy matters. Outside these areas, she demonstrates a keen willingness to learn.

Shile will focus her summer term in the firm's Advocacy Department.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2025

    • Education
      University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (Common Law) – Juris Doctor (expected)
  • 2021

    • Education
      University of Toronto, Honours Bachelor of Arts – International Developments and Media Studies
    • Community
      Legal Support Coordinator, Black Founders Network
    • Community
      Pro-Bono Student, National Associations Active in Criminal Justice
    • Community
      Student Case Worker, Family Law Community Legal Aid Clinic
    • Education
      Student Member, University of Toronto Campus Curriculum Review Committee