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Hi I'm Dr. OLUBUKOLA OLUGASA

Associate Professor

Dr Olubukola Adeyemi Olugasa, BA, MA (English) , LLB, BL, LLM, PhD had, prior to joining the School of Law and Security Studies, Babcock University, worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of English at the University of Lagos, Nigeria and later as Senior Editor of the University of Lagos Press and the Secretary of the University of Lagos Senate Publications Committee. He left the University of Lagos in 2004 and practised in the law firms of M.I. Jegede (SAN) & Co, Olatunde Adejuyigbe (SAN) & Co and MATRIX Solicitors. While in practice, he served as an Adjunct Lecturer in the University of Lagos Distance Learning Institute, teaching Use of English, Business Law and Company Law. In 2010, he joined Babcock University as full time Lecturer I. His areas of teaching and research span over law and technology in relation to commercial law (contract and shipping and admiralty law), equity and trusts, torts and criminal justice and evidence. His doctorate thesis is on of information and communication technology for efficient and effective criminal justice system in Nigeria. In the course of his doctorate studies, Olubukola joined the Center for Law, Technology and Society in the Faculty of Law (Common Law Section), University of Ottawa, Canada as a Visiting Scholar between 2014 and 2015. Olubukola has published articles in learned journals and participated in and presented papers in conferences held across the globe including India, United States of America, Sri Lanka, Portugal, UK and Canada.

PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
"Implications of Deployment of Digital Technology in Maritime Operations: Employment Law of Master and Crew"
"Re-thinking Pre-crime Surveillance in an Increasingly Insecure World: Imperative Expediency"
“Cultural Stereotypes as Catalyst for Domestic Violence in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Domestic Violence Laws in Nigeria”
"Recent Developments in Consumer Protection in Nigeria"
“CASE NOTE: Conflicting Decisions of the Supreme Court and Rotimi Williams Akintokun v Legal Practitioners’ Disciplinary Committee (LPDC) ”
“A Review of Discourse Analysis of the 1993 Presidential Elections in Nigeria”
The Interplay of Law and Equity in Chinua Achebe's 'Arrow of God'
ICT for Criminal Justice System in Nigeria and Ethical Considerations
Sustainable Democratization Through ICT Driven Electoral Petition Tribunal in Nigeria
Is Embezzlement of Government Funds Criminal or Breach of Trust? The Nigerian Experience
Re-Thinking Evidential Requirements in Prosecution of Embezzlers of Public Fund: The Olabode George
Privity in e-Contract in Nigeria
ACCESS TO JUSTICE: A CONTEST BETWEEN LEGAL SKILL AND TECHNOLOGY?
WHITHER EQUITY IN THE NIGERIAN JUSTICE SYSTEM: THE CONSENT/MORTGAGE DEFAULT EPISODES
ZONING IN PHYSICAL PLANNING AS MITIGATION TO TORT OF NUISANCE: THE NIGERIAN EPISODE
“Economic Liberalization and Housing Development in Nigeria: Need for Legal Framework”
A Survey of the Role of the Judiciary in Democratisation of Nigeria and South Africa
Whither Equity in the Nigerian Justice System: The Consent/Mortgage Episode
Traces of Jurisprudential Issues in Renaissance Drama: A Study of Shakespeare's Plays
Law of Contract through Nigerian Cases
Role of the court versus a Union for Rabies in West Africa in the administrative and legislative control of dogs in Nigeria
Adoption of ICT in Criminal Justice System: An Imperative for the Police, Prosecution and Defence in Nigeria