Abimbola Adegboye focuses her practice on tax-related matters and assists her clients in navigating the complexities of various tax issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Abimbola worked as an International Tax Senior Associate for one of the Big Four accounting firms in its Global Structuring – Financial Services practice where she provided inbound and outbound U.S. international tax consulting for large U.S. and foreign-based hedge fund and private equity clients.
Prior to attending University of Florida Levin College of Law for her Tax LL.M, Abimbola served as an intern in the Advisory and International Tax Services practice of another Big Four accounting firm in its Lagos, Nigeria office where she provided international tax consulting to large non-Nigeria based multinationals and general non-tax consulting for Nigeria-based companies.
Abimbola worked as a post-graduate intern/staff attorney at a multinational beverage corporation headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in its Global Marketing department where she focused on FDA regulations with respect to beverage advertisements and branding.
While attending University of Notre Dame Law School, Abimbola served as an extern in the Legal Department of the City of South Bend and as a law clerk in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. She was Senior Articles Editor for the Journal of College & University Law. Abimbola also studied abroad through Notre Dame’s London Law Program.
Abimbola is proficient in Yoruba.
University of Florida Levin College of Law LL.M., Taxation (2019)
University of Notre Dame Law School J.D. (2016)
Kennesaw State University B.S., Psychology and Sociology (2012) cum laude, Dean’s List
Admitted Only in Washington state. Not admitted in New York.
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