FACULTY OF LAW

Philosophy

 

The faculty of law aims to produce graduates of law who are equipped with a clear understanding of the place and importance of law in society; coupled with a sound foundation of legal knowledge. The academic programme is designed to incorporate social, political and economic parameters within which the law operates with basic tools of legal analysis. It will expose students to a general knowledge of other related disciplines. The course also aims at creating a new bred of lawyers who will be capable of thinking outside the contemporary jurisprudence. Their training is intended to make them acquire skills and competence to operate across international and domestic laws.

Programme Objectives

 

The academic programme is designed to incorporate social, political and economic parameters within which the law operates with basic tools of legal analysis. It will expose students to a general knowledge of other related disciplines. The course also aims at creating a new bred of lawyers who will be capable of thinking outside the contemporary jurisprudence. Their training is intended to make them acquire skills and competence to operate across international and domestic laws.

Faculty Admins

S/N Names Position
1. Prof. Solomon T. Ebobrah Dean of Faculty view profile
2. Mr Kehinde E. Slaboh Faculty Officer view profile
3. Mrs Rosemary Secretary to Dean view profile
4. Dr. (Mrs.) Izein-Egbe R. Elvis-Imo Head of Department Jurisprudence/ Public Law view profile
5. Dr. Pereowei Subai Head of Department Private / Property Law view profile

Research Areas

  • A Jurisprudential Analysis of Law, Morality, and Genocide in Niger Delta Region.
  • * Drawing the Borderlines: Truth, Justice & Reconciliation Mechanisms/Amnesties and the International Criminal Court.
  • * The Role of African Regional Mechanisms in Controlling Toxic Waste Trade
  • * Promoting Niger Delta Women’s Activism in Environmental Governance
  • * Reflections on the Debate between Trade and Environment,
  • * Regulating Hazardous Waste Trade in Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana and Ivory Coast: A Comparative Review of Municipal Legislation
  • * Compendium: International Colloquium on Women’s Empowerment, Leadership Development, Peace and Security

Dean's Lecture Series

**********

Events

********