Mr Wale Olarinde has been in active clinical practice in otolaryngology (ear, nose & throat) practice since 1996. His practice is a general otolaryngology practice with a special interest in head and neck surgical conditions. He is a core member of the North Trent Head and Neck Cancer Multidisciplinary Team that discusses the management of over 350 new cases of head and neck cancers a year. He is also a core member of the North Trent Thyroid Multidisciplinary Team. He regularly sees patients in a dedicated weekly neck lump clinic, two-week wait cancer clinic and a multidisciplinary head and neck cancer clinic. He performs surgery for head and neck cancer patients at Chesterfield Royal Hospital and the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield. He also carries out surgery for a wide range of benign head and neck conditions including thyroid and parathyroid surgery.
His general otolaryngology practice includes providing a specialist service for patients with all forms of hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, throat, swallowing, sinus and nasal complaints. He carries out a wide range of surgical procedures for these general ear nose and throat conditions. He provides specialist care for patients with injuries to the head, neck and facial regions.
He is a regular lecturer on the national ENT Masterclass courses lecturing in the United Kingdom and internationally.
Medical Negligence; Personal Injury; Legal Aid; Mediation; Criminal cases.
Mr Olarinde has given oral evidence at the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court (http://www.mentalhealthlaw.co.uk/media/%282019%29_EWHC_77_%28QB%29.pdf) Paragraphs 138-146; 197. He has also given oral evidence remotely at Crown Courts.
Training courses (explicitly designed for expert witness) attended in the legal aspects of giving evidence in court, report writing, expert meetings and the responsibilities of a single joint expert. Cardiff University Law School Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate (CUBS). Mr Olarinde regularly attends medicolegal events to update his practice.