Suleiman Oladeinde is an associate with the Law Office of Paul P. Cheng & Associates. Mr. Oladeinde is proficient in all aspects of trial practice from drafting and arguing pre-trial law and motions to delivering closing arguments to juries during trial. As a member of the California State Bar, Mr. Oladeinde is licensed to practice law in all California State Courts, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Mr. Oladeinde completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he majored in finance and management, graduating with honors and earning a "Distinction in Fiance." Subsequently, he would attend Martin Luther King Hall at the University of California Davis School of Law.
Prior to working as an attorney, Mr. Oladeinde worked as an established corporate accountant and financial advisor. His appreciation and grasp of the complex business landscape has enabled Mr. Oladeinde to act as an effective advocate in many capacities including but not limited to defense of corporate client interest before the California State Legislature, while acting as Legislative Counsel for a lobbying firm, as a defense attorney at a conflicts defense firm. As an accountant, Mr. Oladeinde worked diligently to represent and defend his corporate and small business client base similarly as a legal advocate Mr. Oladeinde is intensely passionate about achieving finely tailored, result driven outcomes through advocacy.
Mr. Oladeinde is proud to be an alumni of U.C. Davis School of Law, where he served as executive editor of the esteemed U.C. Davis School of Law Business Journal for two consecutive years. Mr. Oladeinde is passionate about giving back to the communities that foster growth. As U.C. Davis School of Law BLSA president, he spearheaded a community outreach program for underrepresented undergraduate youths, where he taught essentials for entering legal practice such as LSAT preparation and pre-law focused study. Mr. Oladeinde also worked closely with the U.C. Davis School of Law faculty, where he served on the Admissions Committee.