ICTLC Nigeria


ICTLC Nigeria is a partnership between ICTLC and Olumide Babalola LP. It consists of a dynamic team of highly specialised professionals able to strategically support in legal compliance, governance and security management of data-driven organisations.


Under the leadership of Olumide Babalola, Managing Partner of the Nigerian office based in Lagos, and with the support of ICTLC’s entire global network of professionals, the firm has a long list of clients in the areas of digital rights, privacy and data protection.

The ICTLC-Olumide Babalola LP Partnership is established to provide high quality legal and cybersecurity services across the entire African continent.

Olumide Babalola LP (OBLP) is a full-service Law partnership of seasoned and experienced barristers, solicitors and legal consultants engaged in diverse law practice areas with particular bias for privacy and data protection, technology law, and corporate-commercial law practice.


OBLP was registered on the 26th day of June 2015 by Ajibike Babalola and Olumide Babalola as founding partners. The Firm provides litigious and advisory services to various clients on the following areas of law practice:

  • Privacy and data protection
  • Cybersecurity
  • Intellectual property
  • Commercial transactions
  • Insolvency
  • Family and probate
  • Real estate and land law
  • Corporate and commercial law
  • Digital rights
  • Fintech

Contact Details

Address: Aggey House (6th Floor)
12 Berkeley Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria


Phone: +234 8150692572

We are here to understand your needs and help your business thrive. For more information concerning our legal offerings, contact us at info.nigeria@ictlc.com.


Olumide Babalola

Managing Partner – Nigeria

Olumide Babalola is an award-wining, consummate and passionate digital rights, privacy and data protection lawyer in Nigeria. He holds a Masters’ degree in International Commercial Law with ICT & Commerce from the University of Reading, United Kingdom and currently a PhD candidate at the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom where he is conducting extensive research on the concept of privacy within the jurisprudence of Nigerian courts.

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