Attorney Owolabi M. Salis

Attorney Owolabi M. Salis is a distinguished legal expert, a certified public accountant, and a renowned philanthropist. His legal career spans the United States and Nigeria, where he holds multiple accreditations and memberships. The New York-based attorney is a member of the esteemed New York State Bar Association and is regulated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. Besides being an accomplished attorney, he is also a certified public accountant by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He has maintained a recognized barrister at law status in Nigeria, courtesy of Nigeria's Council of Legal Education. He is also accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, where he received the Nigerian chartered accountancy qualification, the ACA. He is a proud associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, an associate of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, and a member of the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce.

His professional skills are vast and impressive. He is a multi-award-winning attorney and accountant, continuously demonstrating diversity and excellence in his craft. Some of his skills include strategic planning, risk management, litigation, tax planning, and project management. He has represented several high-profile clients in the United States and Nigeria, creating innovative solutions to help them overcome their legal and financial challenges. He has an admirable track record of philanthropic work. He founded Niger Delta Peoples Development, a New York-based nonprofit organization established to fight for the rights of Niger Delta people living in the United States. He has completed extensive work on many Ethno-religious conflict issues and supports many charities and nonprofit organizations. Owolabi Salis's dedication to making a difference in society has earned him respect and admiration among his peers and clients.

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