Mrs. Edosa Adams-Idode graduated from the University of Benin, Nigeria in 1998, where she obtained a Bachelors of Law, (LLB. Hons).
Ms. Adams-Idode was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1999 and also to the Canadian Bar in 2007.
From 2007 to date, she has acted principal partner at Adams-Idode Law PC in Mississauga, Ontario, where she provides extensive legal services in Family law, Immigration and Refugee Protection law and Child Protection law. Ms. Adams-Idode modus operandi and goal is that “You must be heard, and I will be your voice”.
Through her litigation experience and private practice, she has made significant contributions to the administration of justice and the rule of law in Ontario and beyond. Her advocacy for women’s and child’s right includes being on the domestic violence panel for legal aid Ontario. she is also affiliated with community services such as the Barbara Schilfer Commemorative Clinic, INDUS (formerly India Rainbow Community Services) Catholic Cross Cultural Services and The Salvation Army, in Ontario, Canada.
With regards to her membership, Ms. Adams-Idode is currently a member of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts as well as being a Board member for the Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers from its inception until March 2019.
Ms. Adams-Idode is a passionate volunteer at the Mandatory Information Program (MIP) Brampton, Ontario, Canada. She is a strong voice for diversity and promotion of access to justice for all.