Justice Ayotunde Phillips is the Regional Chair, NCMG International, West Africa. She is also the Chairman, Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC); Served as the Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Ayotunde Phillips is a Member, FIFA’s Ethics Committee Adjudicatory Chamber; Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Member, Board of Trustees, Association of Multi-Door Courthouses of Nigeria and Member of the Board of Directors of Lagos Court of Arbitration. Justice Ayotunde Phillips graduated with LLB (Honors) in June 1973. She started her career at Kehinde Sofola’s Chambers on November 1975, a year after she was called to Bar. She left the chamber on September 1976 to join the services of the Lagos State Development and Property Corporation as a Legal Officer and rose to the position of Legal Adviser in 1990, the same year she got a transfer to the Ministry of Justice where she attained the rank of a High Court Judge in 1994.On July 2012, she was appointed as the Chief Judge until her retirement in June 2014.