Eselealofa 'Ese' Apinelu is a Tuvaluan lawyer and sports official. She was appointed as the Attorney General of Tuvalu in 2008. She is also President of the Tuvalu Volleyball Federation, and was the manager of Tuvalu's volleyball team at the 2003 South Pacific Games. She was the President of the Tuvalu Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (TASNOC) from 2013 to 2015.
She attended The Cathedral School, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. She graduated as Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tasmania in 1998. In 2012 she was an executive member of the South Pacific Lawyers' Association (SPLA) and the Chair of the SPLA Women in the Law Committee.
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