Adekemi Akinwole is an attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, where she assists in handling matters related to first-party property insurance defense.
Before joining Kelley Kronenberg, Adekemi spent five years representing companies in creditor collection and insurance subrogation actions, serving as lead counsel for a multitude of trials. Adekemi’s legal career accompanies an extended tenure as a Senior Associate at a collections and insurance subrogation firm, where she was responsible for training and leading the associate attorneys, assisting with client onboarding, and ensuring regulatory compliance. Prior to that, Adekemi worked for a boutique law firm as an Associate Attorney, after previously serving as their Law Clerk.
Adekemi earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Miami with majors in Legal Studies, Business Management, and Accounting. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, graduating with a rank of fifteenth in her class. While excelling academically, Adekemi also served as Barry Law Review Associate Editor (2014-2015) and Symposium Editor (2015-2016) and was elected President of the Student Bar Association. While in law school, Adekemi gained legal experience as an Intern for the State’s Attorney’s Office for Florida 12th Judicial Circuit, Research Assistant for Professor Marsha Freeman, Student Representative in the Barry University School of Law Immigration Clinic, and Legal Intern to the Florida Supreme Court, where she drafted Determinations of Jurisdiction for discretionary review and conducted research utilized in the drafting of majority and dissenting opinions.
Adekemi is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree with the University of Central Florida and hopes to pair this degree with her Juris Doctor degree in her future career endeavors upon completion.