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Joseph Ife Ogbonna PhD
77 Mayfield Close, Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB10 0DU, UK
Nationality: British
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel.: +44 (0) 77 5417 9467 & +44 (0) 1895 850 915
Academic Qualifications
2008 - 2012 PhD Brunel University, London, United Kingdom
Thesis topic: A Legal Analysis of the Application of the MFN and National Treatment
Principles of the WTO on the Economic Development of ECOWAS Member States.
Awarded 21 January 2013.
2006 – 2007
LLM (with Distinction) Int’l Economic & Trade Law, Brunel University
Dissertation topic: Surveillance of Compliance with WTO Decisions –
States’ Recourse to Article 21.5 of the DSU.
A Review of
1999 – 2000 MA (with Distinction) Mass Communication, University of Nigeria
Dissertation
topic: A Comparative Study of the Defence of Freedom of Expression in the First and Second Republics in
Nigeria.
1995 – 1999
LLB (2:2) Law, University of Nigeria
Project topic: Relevancy of Facts Under the Statute and the Customary Law of Evidence.
1984 – 1988
BA (2:1) Education/English, University of Nigeria
Project topic: A Comparative Study of the Performance of Students of the Faculties of
Arts, Engineering and the Social Sciences of the University of Nigeria in the Use of English
Module GS101.
Professional Qualifications
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2011 Associate, The Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom, No. 42752
2001 Call to the Bar: Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria
Registered Journalist, Nigeria
1983 Teachers’ Certificate – Qualified Teacher Status (Nigeria).
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Awards
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2008 Brunel Law School PhD studentship, Brunel University, UK
2007 Brunel GoldTel Prize for the best student on a taught PG course
1984 Highest scorer in Nigeria’s universities Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examination,
Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria.
1998 Winner “Letter of the Week,” Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria.
1980 Winner of the secondary schools essay competition with my essay entitled “My life as a
taxi cab as compared with my brother the private car.”
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Book Awaiting Publication: Nwabueze on Nigerian Land Law
Peer Reviewed Journal Article and Book Chapter
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J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘Human Rights As Provisionally Necessary “ in the World Trading System’,
International Human Rights Review, Brill, the Netherlands, expected December 2014.
Accepted.
J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘Protecting Human Rights As Public Morals under the GATT 1994 – a Review
of EC – Seal Products’ in the International Human Rights Review, Brill, the Netherlands,
expected June 2014 97 -121.
J. Ife Ogbonna ‘Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade: African States’ Participation in the Formulation
of the Rules of International Trade Standards,’ The Nigerian Law Journal, Vol. 16 No. 1
(2013) 31-49.
J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘Dispute Settlement Clauses in China-Africa Bilateral Investment Treaties’
Trade Policy Review, Vol. 3, 2010, pp. 70-86.
J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘The WTO for Whom: Towards a Philosophy of International Economic Law’
International Economic Law: The Voices of Africa, Laryea, Sucker and Madolo (eds) (SiberInk,
Cape Town, 2012) p.14 – 41.
Conference Papers
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J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘Trade-led Policy and Regulatory Options for Navigating out of the Global
Economic Crisis for Developing Countries,’ 4th Annual (Trapca) Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 27
November 2009.
J. Ife Ogbonna. ‘Extracting Compliance Following a Decision of the WTO Appellate Body,’
International Law Association Regional Conference on International Trade Law and Legal Aspects
of Trans-Border Investment, New Delhi, India,
19 & 20 September 2009.
Books Proofread, Sub-edited as Manuscripts and Acknowledged
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Ademola Abass ed, Protecting Human Security in Africa, (OUP 2010) 395 pages.
Manisuli Ssenyonjo, Economic, Cultural and Social Rights in International Law, (Hart
Publishing 2009) 550 pages.
Gregory Akaniro, Study Manual on Law of Evidence and Procedure I & II, (Oak Publishers Ltd
1997) 188 pages.
_____________, The Nigeria Legal System, (Lagos, Oak Publishers Ltd, 1998) 142 pages.
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Teaching and Research Areas
Undergraduate (LLB)
Modules
Criminal Law, Law of Evidence, Public Law, International Law,
Land/Property Law, Banking and Insurance Law, Company
Law, English cum Nigerian Legal Institutions and Methods.
Postgraduate (LLM) Modules
International Economic Law, International Commercial
Arbitration, Legal Aspects of International Finance,
Corporate/Financial/Stock Markets Regulation, Public
International Law.
Research (PhD) Supervision
International Economic Law, International Commercial
Arbitration, International Investment Law, Land Law.
Employment History/Work Experience
Sep 2013 – Date: Assistant Professor of Law, Çağ University, Karayolu Ozeri 33800, Yence-TarsusMersin, Turkey.
Sep 2011 – 2012 Part-time Lecturer, Brunel University.
Sep 2007 to Aug 2011 Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA), Brunel University, Uxbridge
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Graduate Teaching Assistant & Seminar Leader, Public Law, the English Legal Institutions and
Methods, Criminal Law and Evidence
Part-time Lecturer, Int’l Trade Law and Int’l Financial Law (Postgraduate)
Work placement tutor (law students)
Jan 2006 – Aug 2006
Supply Teacher
N P Teaching, London
Covered lessons in both primary and secondary schools in and around London
Sep 2003 – Dec 2005
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Teacher of English
Barnhill Community High, Hayes
Taught English in Key Stages 3 & 4, wrote the scheme of work for Year 9
Introduced the Constitutional History of Britain as an enrichment programme in Year 12 (AS
Level)
Sep 2002 – Aug 2003
Teacher of English
Grammar Sch. for Girls, Wilmington
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Taught English in Key Stages 3 & 4, A Level Literature and was Year 10 form tutor
Sep 2001 – Aug 2002
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Teacher of English
Selhurst High Sch. for Boys, Croydon
Taught English in Key Stages 3 & was Year 7 form tutor
Sep 1992 – Aug 2001 Teacher/Head of English University of Nigeria Secondary School, Enugu
Campus, Nigeria.
Taught English in the final year class and was the Head, English Department
Sep 1988 – Aug 1992 Journalist Star Printing & Co, Enugu, Nigeria.
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Features write, Benue State Correspondent and Deputy Editor (Sunday)
Additional (paid part-time) Work Experience
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Examiner, GCSE, English for the AQA, 2002 to date
Examiner, SATs, English for Edexcel, 2007 only
Assistant Examiner, Literature in English for the West African Examinations Council 1994-2001
Voluntary Work
Judicial, Governance
Title
Organisation
Committee Member
Date
Governor
St Mathew’s C of E
Primary School,
Yiewsley
Curriculum and
Standards
Nov. 2008 - 2012
Juror in The
Queen v
McDermott
Harrow Crown Court
No 746814268
15 – 29 Sep. 2008
Professional Memberships
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Associate, UK Higher Education Academy No. 42752.
Student Associate, International Law Association, British Branch.
Student Associate, Society of International Economic Law.
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Member/Steering Committee Member, African International Economic Law Network.
Member (Barrister & Solicitor) Nigerian Bar Association (2001).
Member, Nigerian Union of Journalists (1990).
Referees:
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Prof Dr Yucel Ertekin, Dean, Faculty of Law, Çağ University, Karayolu Ozeri 33800, Yence-TarsusMersin, Turkey, +903246514809 Extn 1149. E-mail: [email protected] (current employer).
ii.
Prof Ben Chigara, Research Professor of Law, Brunel Law School, Brunel University, Uxbridge,
Middlesex, UB8 3PH, Tel: 01895 266 230, E-mail: [email protected] (PhD supervisor).
iii.
Prof. Felicia Monye, Faculty of Law, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Enugu State, Nigeria, Tel:
+234 80 3452 9596, E-mail: [email protected] (former lecturer).
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