Moyosore Sadiq-Soneye is an accomplished and versatile professional, holding dual qualifications as a lawyer in both Nigeria and Canada.

She has obtained a Master of Law degree from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom and holds two diplomas in Paralegal Studies and Immigration Consultancy, asides from her LLB & BL.

Moyosore is currently employed as a Refugee Decision-Maker with the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, while also running her own law firm, Mo’s Law Office, with a focus on Mental Health Law, Wills & Estates, and Immigration (@moslawoffice on Instagram).

As an immigrant herself, she knows first hand the emotional stress that comes with Immigration Law. She seeks to understand each client and their unique legal needs. At this firm, Clients are not file numbers.

In addition to her legal career, Moyosore is a writer, movie producer, and coach. She has produced three Indigenous Yoruba-language movies: Isipo, Ebi Mi Ni, and Asepamo, which are currently available on AfricaMagic (DSTV) and YouTube platforms.

Moyosore Sadiq-Soneye
Moyosore Sadiq-Soneye – NaijaCanadaLawyer

At present, she is focused on crafting a compilation of uplifting poems and affirmations intended for young black girls

Moyosore is also the founder of the one-stop platform for foreign-trained lawyers, @naijalawyerincanada, where she and her team provide impeccable services. The platform shares features of Nigerian lawyers who have completed their licensing process and have been called to the bar in a province in Canada. These features inspire many lawyers and assist with networking.

Moyosore is a dedicated and proud mother of three Queens-In-Training, one of whom is a child author of an Amazon bestseller, “The Story of the Missing Piece.” She is also a passionate mentor to many children, helping them to discover and develop their talents and inner creativity.

In all, Moyosore wears many hats and is a lover of community service. She is passionate about women, children and vulnerable people.


  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers
  • Toronto Lawyers Association
  • Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers


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