April Teniade Ademiluyi was born in Baltimore, Maryland to African Immigrants. April is a Prince George’s native, who attended Prince George’s County public schools.
April began her college studies at University of Maryland College Park through the early enrollment program, which allowed her to take college courses while still a high school student, where she earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Immediately after graduating from the University of Maryland College Park, April began her career as an Engineer for the U.S. Coast Guard.
April believes “there is no higher honor than public service.” April has been a dedicated public servant, who fights for the well-being of the poor and the injured. April graduated from George Mason University School of Law in and immediately opened the Law Office of April T. Ademiluyi. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, U.S. Congressman for the 2nd Congressional District of Maryland, recognized April’s achievements in fighting foreclosures pro bono.
April has represented everyone from low income Maryland residents to international corporations earning substantial profits. In the Maryland Courts, April continues to successfully combat foreclosures and engages in a wide variety real estate litigation; consumer protection class action litigation; bankruptcy; family; employment; intellectual property; and personal injury cases. April is licensed in Maryland state courts; the United States District Court for the District of Maryland; and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
April holds active memberships in Civil Justice; Maryland Land Title Association; and the National Society of Black Engineers. April is also a member of Zion Church and Power of His Glory Ministries. She also enjoys cooking and engaging in competitive boxing and kickboxing.
April will put justice before politics and follow the law not make the law.
April has the sound legal knowledge, wisdom, and integrity necessary to ensure that all individuals, who enter the judicial process, regardless of the outcome, feel that they had a fair shot at justice. Status and wealth will not prevail against the law.
April will treat all individuals who enter the judicial process with respect and humility.