OGOWEWO, Dr. Tunde Idolo




LL.B. BL, LLM, Ph.D; lawyer, academic; born: July 8, 1966; Place of Birth: Birmingham, UK; Hometown: Isoko; LGA: Isoko; State of Origin: Delta; Education: Victory Primary School, Benin City, 1972-1977; Adolo College, Benin City, 1977-82; University of Benin, 1982-1986; Nigerian Law School, 1986-1987; King's College, London, University of London, 1991-1995; London School of Economics, 1989-1990; Career: Lecturer, University of Leicester, 1995-1997; Solicitor, Niger-lex Law Office, Temple, London, 1991-1992; Solicitor, Omage Law Office 1988-1989; Solicitor/Barrister, Audu Lawan & Co. Borno State, 1988; currently, Lecturer, Kings College, London, University of London; ee. London School of Economics and Political Science, University of East Anglia, UK; mm: Nigerian Bar Association; International Bar Associaion; Publication: "Wrecking The Law: How Article 111 of the US Constitution led to the discovery of Law on standing to sue in Nigeria", Brooklyn Journal of International Law (USA), 2000; "The problem of standing to sue", Journal of African Law, Oxford University Press, 1995; Why the Judicial Annulment of Nigeria's Constitution is imperative for the survival of Nigeria's democracy. Journal of African Law, 2000; A Perfect Case for the Application of Section 423 of the UK Insolvency Act 1986 (1999) "A shift to the Classical Thoery of Foreign Investment," 44 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 915 (1995), "Transposition of US, Federal Securities Legislation to as Emerging Marketing" 11 Journal of International Banking Law 239, 1996; "Regulatory Conflicts in an Emerging Capital Market" (1997) 25; International Business Lawyer 271; "When is a Cow not a Cow? Loss of Title and Retention of Title Clauses, 7 International Company and Commercial law Review 445, 1996; "Personal Actions for a Diminution in the Value of Shares, The King's College Law Journal 150, 1998-99; "The Underlying Themes of Tender Offer Regulation in the U.K. and the US" Company Financial and Insolvency Uw Review 74, 1996; "Is Contract the Judicial Basis of the UK Taker-Over Panel?" 12 Journal of International Banking Uw 15, 1997; "How to Protect a Vendor of Goods from the Insolvency of its Purchaser" 2 Modus International Law and Business Quarterly 6, 1997; "Compulsory Expropriation of a Disentient Minority" 7 International Company and Commercial Law Review 55, 1996; "The Role of Target Management in a Take-Over Bid: the Position in Nigerian Law" 40 Journal of African Law I, 1996; "Reconstructions Through a Voluntary Liquidation in Nigeria: a step ahead of the British" 16 Company Lawyer 317, 1995 "The Problem with Standing to Sue in Nigeria" 39 Journal of African Law 1, 1995; "The Dual Statutory Procedure for Effecting a Scheme of Arrangement in Nigeria: Law Reform or Retrogression" 6 Revue Africaine de Deroit International et Compare 594, 1994; Hobbies: reading and travelling; off: School of Law, King's College, London, University of London, Strand WC2R 2LS; tel: 020-7-848-1130; em: [email protected].
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