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Hi I'm Dr. ADEKUNBI IMOSEMI

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Adekunbi Imosemi is a Senior Lecturer and holds a LL.B from the University of Ibadan in 2001.  She Proceeded to the Nigerian Law School in 2002, got a B.L in 2003 and LL.M from the University of Ibadan in 2008. She was into active Legal Practice between 2003 and 2009 before joining Babcock University, School of Law and Security Studies as a Faculty on 1st of September, 2009. She has a Ph.D in Law and Diplomacy from Babcock University in 2017. Her Research interests are Criminal Law/Criminal Justice Administration, Administrative Law and Social Rights Law. She has published Articles in  Learned Journals and Books in Chapters in her research areas. She is currently exploring the Criminal Justice Administration in Nigeria in juxtaposition with that of other jurisdictions.

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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
An Examination of the Challenges on the Implementation of the freedom of information Act in Nigeria
Child/Juvenile Trial under the Criminal Justice Administration in Nigeria; an Urgent Necessity for Reformations
Prosecution of White and Blue Collar Crimes under the Criminal Justice System in Nigeria: an Arrant Display of Injustice and inequality?
THE QUANDARY OF RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE AND CRIMES IN NIGERIA: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TO THE RESCUE
Plea Bargaining in Nigeria: an Aftermath of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015.
Ensuring an Effective Criminal Trial and Investigation in by the Nigeria Police Force: Challenges and Prospects
Who is Immuned; The Office Holder or His Assets? A Legal Analysis of Immunity in the Three Arms Of Government in Nigeri
Is Nigeria Truly A Fantastically Corrupt Nation? Probes under the Criminal Justice Administration and Instigating the United Nations Legal Paradigm to the Rescue
Crime Reduction in Nigeria: the Pertinent Roles of the Judiciary under the Criminal Justice Administration
THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR MENTALLY ILL PERSONS IN NIGERIA-AN URGENT NECESSITY FOR REFORMATION
Stemming The Wheels Of Child Labour For The Economic Gains Of The Parents In Nigeria: Investigating The Role of The Law
Same Performance But More Attractive, Yet Less Reward: The Plights of Nigerian Female Lawyers in Private Practice
Rape as a tool of terrorism: Exploring the situation in northeastern Nigeria and scrutinizing the legal frameworks
Desertification: A Persistent Threat To The Sustainability Of The Nigerian Environment, Which Way Out?
Death Penalty In Nigeria: To Be Or Not To Be: The Controversy Continues
THE PRINCIPLES IN THIRD PARTY TRANSACTIONS AND INSIDER DEALINGS: AN EVALUATION OF RECENT LEGAL ISSUES *
Persistent Acts of Domestic Violence against women and girls in Nigeria: A Violation of Their Rights; A Scoping Legal Review.
Stemming The Persistent Waves of Human Trafficking in Nigeria: The Legal Responses.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND THE CRIMINAL JUDICIAL SYSTEM: A POSSIBLE SYNERGY AS SALVE TO COURT CONGESTION IN THE NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM*
CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION: AN ASSESSMENT OF GLOBAL LEGAL RESPONSES: SO FAR SO GOOD?
COMPENSATION OF OIL SPILL VICTIMS IN NIGERIA: THE MORE THE OIL, THE MORE THE BLOOD?
Child Marriage And Abduction in Nigeria: Exploring The Ese Oruru Saga And The Legal Implications.