Inspiring Profile of the Youngest SAN who turned ‘Professor at 32’
Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi is a world lawyer, professor of legislation, arbitrator, writer, and coverage advisor, with experience in petroleum, power and environmental legislation. In 2015, Professor Olawuyi was promoted to the rank of Full Professor of Legislation at Afe Babalola College, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria on the age of 32 years, turning into one of many youngest full professors of legislation in Nigerian historical past. He’s Deputy Vice Chancellor, Chancellor’s Fellow and Director of the Institute for Oil, Gasoline, Power, Setting and Sustainable Growth (OGEES Institute), Afe Babalola College, Nigeria. He’s additionally a professor of petroleum, power and environmental legislation at HBKU Legislation Faculty, Doha, Qatar the place he teaches power and environmental legislation programs.
A prolific and extremely regarded scholar, Professor Olawuyi has practiced and taught legislation in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and the Center East. He was previously a world power lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, Calgary, the place he served on the agency’s world committee on extractive useful resource investments in Africa. He was additionally previously deputy director and head of worldwide environmental legislation on the Centre for Worldwide Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada.
Professor Olawuyi has printed a number of influential journal articles and books on pure sources, power and environmental legislation. He has been an professional speaker and commentator at a number of worldwide conferences. His most up-to-date ebook publications embrace: Extractives Business Legislation in Africa (Springer, 2018) and The Human Rights-Primarily based Method to Carbon Finance (Cambridge College Press, 2016).
Professor Olawuyi is an Unbiased Knowledgeable on the African Fee’s Working Group on Extractive Industries, Setting and Human Rights. He’s Vice Chair of the Worldwide Legislation Affiliation; co-chair of the Africa Curiosity Group of the American Society of Worldwide Legislation (2016-2019); and member of the Educational Advisory Group of the Worldwide Bar Affiliation’s Part on Power, Setting, Pure Assets and Infrastructure Legislation (SEERIL). He’s the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Sustainable Growth Legislation and Coverage; Affiliate Editor of the Carbon and Local weather Legislation Overview; and Senior Analysis Fellow of the Centre for Worldwide Sustainable Growth Legislation, Montreal, Canada. He’s a member of the Governing Council of Afe Babalola College, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria.
Professor Olawuyi has lectured on power and environmental legislation in over 50 international locations together with: Qatar, Nice Britain, Greece, France, Denmark, United States, Australia, Spain, China, India, Kenya, Netherlands, Canada, United States and all through Nigeria. He has most not too long ago acquired the Herbert Smith Freehills Visiting Professorship on the College of Cambridge, UK and the IAS Vanguard Fellowship of the College of Birmingham. He has served as a visiting professor of legislation on the China College of Political Science and Legislation, Beijing; College Analysis Fellow on the Consortium for Peace Research, College of Calgary; and David Sive Scholar at Columbia Legislation Faculty, New York, United States.
Physician of Philosophy in Legislation (DPhil), College of Oxford, United Kingdom
Grasp of Legal guidelines (LL.M), Harvard College, United States
Grasp of Legal guidelines (LL.M), College of Calgary, Canada
Bar Certificates (First Class Honours), Nigerian Legislation Faculty, Abuja
Bachelor of Legal guidelines (First Class Honours), Igbinedion College, Okada, Nigeria
Professor Olawuyi has been admitted as Barrister and Solicitor in Alberta, Canada; Ontario, Canada; and Nigeria.
He’s a common media commentator on all features of power, setting and sustainable improvement.
Worldwide environmental legislation
Local weather change legislation and coverage
Pure sources legislation and coverage
Meals and agricultural legislation
Enterprise and Human Rights within the World Financial system
Worldwide Industrial Arbitration
Ph.D Supervision (On-going)
Christianah Oyenuga, (PhD candidate in local weather change and agriculture, Florida A & M College, Florida, United States)
George Kalu (Ph.D candidate in setting/oil and fuel, Oxford, United Kingdom)
Irene Ekweozoh (PhD candidate in enterprise, setting and human rights, College of Ottawa, Canada)
Professor Olawuyi is a daily media commentator on all features of power, setting and sustainable improvement legislation. See latest highlights right here
‘World Pact Will Enhance Worldwide Environmental Governance’ Olawuyi (Guardian Newspaper, September 25, 2018). Additionally printed in Nigerian Legal professionals and All Africa Information
D Olawuyi, “Qatar regional chief in addressing local weather change” (Qatar Peninsula Newspaper, November 26, 2017
D Olawuyi, “Authorities ought to faucet into renewable power potential” (Guardian Newspaper, July 19, 2017).
D Olawuyi, “OPEC deal boosts struggling African economies” (African Enterprise Journal, London, December 02, 2016).
D Olawuyi, “Taking human rights significantly in local weather change actions and initiatives”, interview with the Educational Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS), August 4, 2016.
D Olawuyi, “Three Amigos Summit: A North American Dedication to Clear Power and Local weather Motion”, June 29, 2016, interview with Mary Taws of the Middle for Worldwide Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada
D Olawuyi, “OPEC is hurting the economies of Africa” (African Enterprise Journal, London, April 7, 2016).
D Olawuyi, “Nigerian oil sector: slicing down the middlemen” African Enterprise Journal, London (printed October 22, 2015)
D Olawuyi “Position of legislation in selling renewable power investments in Nigeria” (interview held on October 27, 2015 and aired on Nigerian Tv Authority (NTA), and Channels Tv).
D Olawuyi “Position of legislation in selling agriculture and renewable power in Nigeria” (interview held on June 2, 2015 and aired on Nigerian Tv Authority (NTA), and Channels Tv).
D Olawuyi, “Methodology, Theoretical Framework and Scholarly Significance” (The PUNCH Newspaper, June 1, 2015)
Damilola Olawuyi & Eduardo Pereira (eds.), Sensible Concerns to Negotiate Enforceable Joint Working Agreements in Civil Legislation Jurisdictions (Kluwer, 2020)
Damilola Olawuyi, Extractives Business Legislation in Africa (Springer, 2018)
Damilola Olawuyi, The Human Rights Primarily based Method to Carbon Finance (Cambridge College Press, 2016) Foreword by The Proper Hon. The Lord Jonathan Hugh Mance, Justice of the Supreme Courtroom of the UK.
Damilola Olawuyi & Rhuks Ako (eds), Meals and Agricultural Legislation (Afe Babalola College Press, 2015) ISBN 1926832272, pp 320.
Reviewed by Yemi Akinseye George SAN, FCIARB
Damilola Olawuyi, The Rules of Nigerian Environmental Legislation (Afe Babalola College Press 2013) ISBN 9662965114, pp 350. Foreword by Aare Afe Babalola SAN, OFR, LLD, FNIALS, DLITT
Damilola Olawuyi, “Advancing Improvements in Renewable Power Applied sciences as Alternate options to Fossil Gasoline Use within the Center East: Traits, Limitations, and Methods Ahead’ in Donald Zillman, Lee Godden, LeRoy Paddock, and Martha Roggenkamp (eds.) Innovation in Power Legislation and Expertise (Oxford College Press, 2018) 354-370.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Sustainable Aviation and the Switch of Environmentally Sound Applied sciences to Africa: Paradoxes, Obstacles and Prospects” in Armand de Mestral, Paul Fitzgerald, and Tanveer Ahmad(ed), Sustainable Growth, Worldwide Aviation, and Treaty Implementation (Cambridge College Press, 2018) 154-174.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Power (and Human Rights) for All: Addressing Human Rights Dangers in Power Entry Tasks”, in Raya Salter, Carmen G. Gonzalez, and Elizabeth Kronk Warner, Power Justice: US and Worldwide Views (Edward Elgar, 2018) 73-104.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Human Rights and the Setting in Center East and North African (MENA) Area: Traits, Limitations and Alternatives”, in James Could & Erin Daly (eds) Encyclopaedia of Human Rights and the Setting, Indivisibility, Dignity and Legality (Edward Elgar, 2018).
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Advancing Environmental Justice in a Submit Brexit United Kingdom’ in Oonagh Fitzgerald & Eva Lein, Complexity’s Embrace: The Worldwide Legislation Implications of Brexit (McGill-Queens College Press, 2018)
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Financing Low-Emission and Local weather-Resilient Infrastructure within the Arab Area: Potentials and Limitations of Public-Personal Partnership Contracts’ in Walter Leal Filho, Amr Abdel Meguid, Local weather Change Adaptation within the Arab Area: Case Research and Greatest Apply (Springer, 2017).
Damilola Olawuyi and Rhuks Ako, ‘Environmental Justice in Nigeria: Divergent Tales and Future Prospects’ in Holifield, R. B., Chakraborty, J., & Walker, G., eds. Handbook of Environmental Justice (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017).
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Advancing Local weather Justice in Worldwide Legislation: Potentials and Constraints of the United Nations Human Rights Primarily based Method’, in Randall S. Abate (ed.), Local weather Justice: Case Research in World and Regional Governance Challenges (Washington DC: Environmental Legislation Institute Press, 2016) Chapter 1.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Fostering Accountability in Massive Scale Environmental Tasks: Classes from CDM and REDD+ Tasks” in J Wouters, A Ninio, T Doherty and H Cisse (eds.), Bettering Supply in Growth: The Position of Voice, Social Contract, and Accountability (Washington: The World Financial institution Authorized Overview 2015) chapter 5, 127-147.
Ajibade I. and Damilola Olawuyi, “Local weather Change Impacts on Housing and Property Rights in Nigeria and Panama: Towards a Rights-Primarily based Method to Adaptation and Mitigation”. In: Dominic Stucker and Elena Lopez-Gunn (eds.) Adaptation to Local weather Change by Water Assets Administration: Capability, Fairness and Sustainability (New York: Routledge 2014) chapter 13, 264-284.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Beautifying Africa for the Clear Growth Mechanism- Authorized and Institutional Points Thought of” in Benjamin Richardson, Yves Le Bouthillier, Heather McLeod- Kilmurray & Stefan Wooden (eds.), Local weather Change Legislation and Creating International locations: Authorized and Coverage Challenges for the World Group (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009) chapter 11, 262-284.
Coverage Briefs and Worldwide Experiences
Damilola Olawuyi & Zibima Tubondenyefa, Overview of the Environmental Tips and Requirements for the Petroleum Business in Nigeria (Printed by the Institute for Oil, Gasoline, Power, Setting and Sustainable Growth, 2019) 1-25.
Damilola Olawuyi, Advancing Environmental Justice in Submit-Brexit United Kingdom (Knowledgeable Report (printed by the British Institute of Worldwide and Comparative Legislation (BIICL) and the Centre for Worldwide Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada) January, 2018.
Damilola Olawuyi, Native content material and procurement necessities in oil and fuel contracts: Regional tendencies within the Center East and North Africa (Oxford Institute for Power Research, College of Oxford) November, 2017.
Damilola Olawuyi, From Expertise Switch to Expertise Absorption: How African International locations Can Do A lot Extra to Understand Paris Local weather Objectives (Knowledgeable Report printed by the Centre for Worldwide Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada) Could, 2017.
Damilola Olawuyi, Present Developments in Carbon & Local weather Legislation, Center East and North Africa (MENA), (2017) Local weather and Carbon Legislation Overview
Sarah Mason-Case, Liliana del Villar, Damilola Olawuyi, and Benoit Mayer, Compendium of Authorized Greatest Practices on Local weather Change Coverage (Italy: Worldwide Growth Legislation Group, 2011) 1-25.
Damilola Olawuyi, Native content material necessities in oil and fuel contracts: regional tendencies within the Center East and North Africa (2019) 37(1) Journal of Power & Pure Assets Legislation 93-117.
Damilola Olawuyi and Olaitan Olusegun, Reaching the United Nations Sustainable Growth Objectives on Organic Range in Nigeria: Present Points and Future Instructions (2018) 7 (1) World Journal of Comparative Legislation (Brill) 37-60.
Mohammed E. Tok, Damilola Olawuyi and Cristina D’ Alessandro, Advancing Clear Expertise Entrepreneurship within the Center East and North African (MENA) Area: Legislation, Training and Coverage Imperatives (2018) 7 (1) World Journal of Comparative Legislation (Brill) 115-133.
Damilola Olawuyi, “From Expertise Switch to Expertise Absorption: Addressing Local weather Expertise Gaps in Africa” (2018) 36 (1) Journal of Power & Pure Assets Legislation, DOI:10.1080/02646811.2017.1379667 (Worldwide Bar Affiliation/ Taylor & Francis)
Damilola Olawuyi, “Public Personal Partnerships and Infrastructure Growth in GCC International locations: Traits, Limitations and Methods Ahead” (2017) 6:1 MENA Enterprise Legislation Overview (Lexis Nexis).
Damilola Olawuyi, “Local weather justice and company duty: taking human rights significantly in local weather actions and initiatives” (2016) 34 (1) Journal of Power and Pure Assets Legislation (Journal of the Worldwide Bar Affiliation, Taylor and Francis) pp1-18
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Ontario’s Local weather Change Mitigation and Low Carbon Financial system Act: Pious Aspirations or New Daybreak?'(2016) 16 (1) Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Growth (Columbia College, New York) pp. 29-37
Damilola Olawuyi, Ebook Overview: Shawkat Alam, Sumudu Atapattu, Carmen G. Gonzalez and Jona Razzaque,Worldwide Environmental Legislation and the World South, Cambridge College Press, New York, 2015, 623 (2016) 29 :2 Leiden Journal of Worldwide Legislation, pp 611-616 doi:10.1017/S0922156516000194
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘The Growing Relevance of Rights-Primarily based Approaches to Useful resource Governance in Africa: Shifting from Regional Aspiration to Native Realization (2015) 11:2 McGill Worldwide Journal of Sustainable Growth Legislation and Coverage (McGill Legislation Faculty, Montreal, Canada) pp 293-338.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Terrorism, Armed Battle and the Nigerian Little one: Authorized Framework for Little one Rights Enforcement in Nigeria” (2015) 13 Nigerian Juridical Overview, College of Nigeria pp 1-24
Damilola Olawuyi, “Proposal for a Local weather Compensation Mechanism for Small Island States: Response to Maxine Burkett, 13 (1) Santa Clara Journal of Int’l L. 133 (2015).
Olawuyi, D. S., “Authorized methods and instruments for mitigating authorized dangers related to oil and fuel investments in Africa” (2015) 39 (3) OPEC Power Overview, 247–265. doi: 10.1111/opec.12043
Damilola Olawuyi, Constitutionalizing Environmental Rights in Nigeria: Reflections on the Query of Method (2014) Nigerian Nationwide Human Rights Fee Journal (Nationwide Human RIghts Commision, Federal Authorities of Nigeria) pp 11-44.
OLAWUYI DS, “Recognizing the Intersections between Human Rights and the Setting in Authorized Training and Coaching” (2014) Asian Journal of Authorized Training (Sage Publishers) doi: 10.1177/2322005814530328, vol. 1 no. 2, 103-113
OLAWUYI DS. “Mainstreaming Human Rights underneath Nationwide and Worldwide legislation: Authorized and Epistemic Questions” (2013) 3 (3) Indonesia Legislation Overview, School of Legislation, College of Indonesia.
Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Harmonizing Worldwide Commerce and Local weather Change Establishments: Authorized and Theoretical Foundation for Systemic Integration’, Legislation and Growth Overview, Quantity 7, Situation 1, Pages 107–129, DOI: 10.1515/ldr-2014-0023, September 2014
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Energy Era by Renewable Power Sources: An Evaluation of the Authorized Obstacles and Potentials in Nigeria’ (2013) 5 (2) Journal of Assets, Power and Growth, The Power and Assets Institute, India. DOI: 10.3233/RED-120106
OLAWUYI D.S and OLARINDE O, ‘Setting Sustainable Requirements for Biofuel Tasks : Authorized and Institutional Imperatives’ (2013) 2(1) Journal of Sustainable Growth Legislation and Coverage, Afe Babalola College, Nigeria
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Aguan Biogas Challenge and the Authorities of the UK: Authorized and Worldwide Human Rights Evaluation’ (2013) 4 (3) Queen Mary Legislation Journal, College of London.
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Authorized and Sustainable Growth Impacts of Main Oil Spills’ (2012) 4(3) Consilience Journal of Sustainable Growth, Columbia College, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8G160HQ
OLAWUYI DS, ‘Authorized and Institutional Obstacles to the Switch of Environmentally Sound Applied sciences to Nigeria by the Clear Growth Mechanism’ (2013) 3 (1) Journal of Environmental Legislation, Nigerian Institute for Superior Authorized Research, Lagos.
OLAWUYI DS, “Hydraulic Fracturing Expertise and Shale Gasoline Manufacturing in Nigeria: Authorized and Sustainability Evaluation” (2014) 4 (2) Petroleum Expertise Growth Journal (PTDJ), Petroleum Expertise Growth Fund, Federal Ministry of Petroleum Assets, Nigeria.
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Addressing Inequality tendencies in Local weather Change Mitigation Coverage Measures and Tasks: Reflections on Submit 2012 Outlooks’ (2013) 2-3, Environmental Legislation and Apply Overview, NALSAR College Legislation Faculty, India
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Mentally Disabled Individuals and the Legislation: The place Lays the Haven underneath the Canadian Felony Justice System?’ (2012) 18 (3) Centerpiece, Alberta Civil Liberties Analysis Middle, College of Calgary
OLAWUYI D.S,’Adopting the Language of Rights for Environmental Safety: Authorized and Theoretical Justifications’ (2012) Canadian Journal of Globalization, College of Ottawa
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘In direction of a Clear and Accountable Clear Growth Mechanism: Authorized and Institutional Imperatives’ (2012) Nordic Environmental Legislation Journal, Uppsala College, Sweden
OLAWUYI, D.S,’Rethinking the Place of Versatile Mechanisms in Kyoto’s Submit 2012 Commitments’ (2010) Journal of Legislation, Setting and Growth, Faculty of Oriental and African Research, College of London (SOAS)
OLAWUYI D.S, “Reaching Sustainable Growth in Africa Via the Clear Growth Mechanism: Authorized and Institutional Points Thought of” (2009) African J. Worldwide and Comparative Legislation 270-301 (Edinburgh College Press) Quantity 17, Situation 2, Web page 270-301, ISSN 0954-8890,
Latest Talking Engagements
Professor Olawuyi has introduced at virtually 100 conferences, seminars, colloquia and different occasions in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and the Center East. Latest highlights embrace:
June 08, 2018, London, United Kingdom: Invited panelist, “Power subsidies and low carbon transition within the Center East” on the BIICL WTO Convention 2018, British Institute of Worldwide and Comparative Legislation, Charles Clore Home, 17 Russell Sq., London WC1B 5JP
Could 04, 2018, London, United Kingdom: Session Chair, “Brexit and Worldwide Environmental Legislation Panel” on the CIGI-BIICL convention themed Brainstorming the most recent and biggest challenges of Brexit, held on the Goodenough Home, Mecklenburgh Sq., London WC1N 2AB.
April 27, 2018, London, United Kingdom: Damilola Olawuyi, “Precept of Sustainable Use of Pure Assets in Worldwide Legislation” on the Worldwide Legislation Affiliation Convention on Sustainable Assets Administration held on the School of Legislation, College of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
April 12, 2018, Lisbon, Portugal: Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Power transition in Qatar and the Center East: advancing renewable power applied sciences as the choice to fossil gas use” Worldwide Legislation Colloquium, School of Legislation, College of Lisbon, Portugal.
April 09, 2018, Lisbon, Portugal: Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “How technological and authorized improvements are reworking power legislation” Biennial convention of the Part on Power, Setting, Pure Assets and Infrastructure Legislation (SEERIL), Worldwide Bar Affiliation, 8 – 11 April 2018, Intercontinental, Lisbon, Portugal.
April 05, 2018, Doha, Qatar:Session Chair and Panelist, “Local weather Change and Power Transitions in Qatar”, a public lecture that includes Mr. Abdulhadi Nasser Almarri, Director, Local weather Change Division, Ministry of Municipality and Setting, on the School of Legislation and Public Coverage, Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Doha, Qatar
April 04-05, 2018, Doha, Qatar: Chair of the Power Consultants Workshop, Public-Personal Approaches for Financing Power Infrastructure Tasks,at 4 Seasons Lodge, Doha, Qatar.
April 03, 2018, Kuwait Metropolis, Kuwait: Damilola Olawuyi, invited keynote speaker, on
“Native content material and procurement necessities in Center East and North Africa” on the Kuwait Worldwide Convention on Procurement, Hilton Kuwait Resort, Kuwait.
March 07, 2018, Honolulu, Hawai’i, United States: Damilola Olawuyi (Visitor Speaker), Local weather Change, Human Rights and the Talanoa Dialogue, public lecture delivered on the College of Hawai’i William S. Richardson Faculty of Legislation, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
November 26-27, 2017, Doha, Qatar: Damilola Olawuyi, Chair of the Convention Organizing Committee and Chair of the Legislation and Coverage Panel, Water Power Meals Nexus and a Low Carbon Future for Qatar, School of Legislation and Public Coverage, Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Doha, Qatar
November 22, 2017, Doha, Qatar: Damilola Olawuyi, Chair, Power Legislation Colloquium on Canadian Power Growth Legislation and Insurance policies on Greenhouse Gasoline Emissions, School of Legislation and Public Coverage, Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Doha, Qatar
November 09, 2017, Bonn, Germany: Damilola Olawuyi, Invited Knowledgeable, United Nations Local weather Change and Human Rights Knowledgeable Assembly, organized by the Workplace of the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights, on the twenty third Convention of the Events (COP) to the United Nations Framework Conference on Local weather Change, Bonn, Germany.
October 14, 2017: Saskatoon, Canada: Damilola Olawuyi, Invited Panelist, “Enhancing the Advantages of Native Content material in Indigenous-Business Agreements”, a Workshop on the Legislation and Politics of Indigenous-Business Agreements in Extractive Industries, School of Legislation, College of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
September 27, 2017, Calgary, Canada: Damilola Olawuyi, Invited Eminent Speaker in Power Legislation, School of Legislation Eminent Speaker Sequence, College of Calgary, Canada. Lecture Subject: Low Carbon Transition in Qatar and the Center East.
September 5, 2017, London, United Kingdom: Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Authorized Improvements for Local weather Resilient Infrastructure Growth in Arab states” Legislation and Setting in Small States Convention, Queen Mary College of London (QMUL), UK.
July 28, 2017, Athens, Greece: Damilola Olawuyi, invited speaker, “Enterprise and Human Rights within the World Financial system” World Legislation and Governance Summer season Faculty organized by the European Union Public Legislation Group (EPLO), EPLO Headquarters, Athens, Greece.
31 Could-02 June, 2017, Banff, Alberta, Canada: Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Educating Power Entrepreneurs: A Story of an Prolonged Simulated Studying Method” on the 18th Worldwide Convention of Pure Assets Legislation Academics, Rocky Mountain Mineral Legislation Basis, Alberta, Canada.
4 Could 2017, Amman, Jordan: Damilola Olawuyi, ‘Integrating Photo voltaic Power into Nationwide Electrical energy Grid: Authorized Improvements and Future Instructions’ on the Worldwide Local weather Change Convention themed Implementing the Paris Settlement by Nationwide Laws for Sustainable Growth, on the School of Legislation, College of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
10 Could 2017, Almeria, Spain: Damilola Olawuyi, invited speaker, ‘Power transition in Qatar and the Center East: advancing renewable power applied sciences as the choice to fossil gas use’ on the Worldwide Power and Local weather Change Convention, Universidad de Almería, Spain.
11-12 Could, 2017, Madrid, Spain: Damilola Olawuyi, invited speaker, ‘Power transitions, innovation and the legislation: regional tendencies in Center East and North African (MENA) Area’ Convention of the Educational Advisory Group (AAG), Worldwide Bar Affiliation’s Part on Power, Setting, Pure Assets and Infrastructure Legislation (SEERIL) held on the Spanish Power Membership (Membership Español de la Energía) Madrid, Spain.
18-19 Could, 2017, Tarragona, Spain: Damilola Olawuyi, ‘The Seek for Local weather Justice in Worldwide Legislation: Traits, Limitations and Methods Ahead’ II Tarragona Worldwide Environmental Legislation Convention, Theme: Eager for Justice in a Local weather-Modified World: From Idea to Apply, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
April 27, 2017, Doha, Qatar: Damilola Olawuyi, invited speaker, “Water Power Meals Nexus and a Low Carbon Future for Qatar”, introduced on the Brookings Brown Bag Seminar Sequence, held on twenty seventh April, 2017 on the Brookings Doha Centre, Doha.
March 25, 2017, Doha, Qatar: Damilola Olawuyi, invited keynote speaker “Legislation and governance framework for selling climate-resilient water-energy-food infrastructure improvement in GCC international locations”, paper introduced on March 25, 2017 on the Third Annual College students’ Convention, themed Water, Power, Meals Nexus: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Sustainable Growth, Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Qatar Basis, Doha, Qatar.
07 February 2017: Doha, Qatar: Damilola Olawuyi, keynote speaker, “Establishing Small and Medium Enterprises in Qatar: Authorized and Enterprise Concerns”, paper introduced on February 07, 2017, at Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Qatar Basis, Doha, Qatar.
December 5-9, 2016, Washington DC, USA: Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Local weather Justice: U.S. and Worldwide Views, Legislation” on the World Financial institution Legislation, Justice and Growth Week 2016, themed Legislation, Local weather Change and Growth, December 5-9, 2016, World Financial institution Headquarters, Washington DC, United States of America.
Damilola S. Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Implications of Brexit for Worldwide Power Legislation and Coverage”, paper introduced on August 24, 2016 at a seminar themed Brexit and Environmental Legislation, organized by the Environmental Legislation Institute, Washington DC, United States.
Damilola S. Olawuyi, Session Chair and panelist, “Power Transition in Gulf Cooperation Council States: Framing the Points”, paper introduced on September 24, 2016 at a seminar themed Power Legislation and Coverage in GCC States: Present Points and Future Instructions, organized by the School of Legislation, Hamad Bin Khalifa College, Qatar Basis, Doha, Qatar.
Damilola S. Olawuyi, panelist, “Worldwide Environmental Legislation and the World South: Framing the Points”, paper introduced on August 10, 2016 on the 77th Biennial Convention of the Worldwide Legislation Affiliation, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Damilola Olawuyi, invited speaker, “Investments in Nigeria’s agriculture and renewable power sector: authorized framework and dangers’, ‘Alternative Nigeria’, a two-day seminar held on November 5 and 6, 2015, by the Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce/ Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, in London.
Damilola Olawuyi, keynote speaker, “Rehabilitation and Reintegration: Addressing the Lacking Hyperlinks in Nigeria’s Amnesty Program”, visitor lecture delivered on November 04, 2015, on the 2015 Montagu Baker Lecture Sequence, Oxford Middle for Mission Research, Oxford, United Kingdom.
Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “ Renewable power for energy era in Nigeria: authorized and institutional points”, 2nd Annual Regional Convention of the Middle for Petroleum, Power, Economics and Legislation (CPEEL), College of Ibadan, October 27-28, 2015.
Damilola Olawuyi, invited panelist, “Mitigating Authorized Dangers Related to Oil and Gasoline Investments in Africa”, invited speaker, Offshore East Africa Conference 2015, October 22-23, 2015, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Damilola Olawuyi and Rhuks Ako, “Methodology, Theoretical Framework and Scholarly Significance: A Overview of Worldwide Greatest Practices in Authorized Analysis”, paper introduced on June 02, 2015 on the forty eighth Annual Nationwide Convention of the Nigerian Affiliation of Legislation Academics (NALT) held on the School of Legislation, Afe Babalola College, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Water for Meals, Power and Sustainable Growth–Addressing Authorized and Coverage Obstacles to the Development of Water Expertise and Enterprises”, introduced on March 28, 2015 on the 2015 EnergyWaterFoodNexus convention on the Faculty of Setting of the Florida A&M College, United States.
Damilola Olawuyi, “Advancing Local weather Justice in Worldwide Legislation: Evaluating the United Nations Human Rights Primarily based Method”, a paper introduced on March 26, 2015 on the 1st Annual Local weather and Power Justice Lecture, FAMU School of Legislation, Florida, United States of America.
OLAWUYI DS, “Authorized Frameworks for Mitigating Social, Environmental and Human Rights Dangers in Cross-Border Pipeline Developments in North America and Overseas”, a paper introduced on the 2015 Canadian Affiliation of Environmental Legislation Societies (CAELS) Convention held on February 13 and 14, 2015 on the College of Calgary, Canada.
OLAWUYI DS, “Social and Environmental Dangers in Cross-Border Pipeline Tasks: Authorized Framework for Sustainable Mitigation”, a paper introduced on the 2014 Second Worldwide Environmental Legislation, Scientific and Sensible Convention, themed “Eurasian Integration: Authorized and Instructional Features” on the Novosibirsk State College, Novosibirsk, Russia, on 3–5 of December 2014.
OLAWUYI DS, Commentaries on Maxine Burkett’s “Rehabilitation: A Proposal for a Compensation Mechanism For Small Island States”, introduced on January 25, 2014 on the 2014 Santa Clara Journal of Worldwide Legislation Symposium, Santa Clara Legislation Faculty, Santa Clara, California, United States.
OLAWUYI DS, “Carbon Markets, Neoliberalism and Environmental Sustainability: In direction of a Win-Win Method” A paper introduced on November 02, 2013 on the 2020 Imaginative and prescient for Humanity and World Safety Convention, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
OLAWUYI DS and OLARINDE OS, “Setting Sustainable Requirements for Biofuel Manufacturing: Authorized and Institutional Imperatives” (A paper introduced on the first European Union Environmental Legislation Discussion board (EELF) Convention held from 4-6 September 2013, at Groningen, Netherlands)
OLAWUYI DS, “Setting Sustainable Requirements for Security and Emergency Planning on Oil Platforms: In direction of an Worldwide Framework” introduced on the Worldwide Convention on Power Transitions: Regulation of Power Markets on the Nationwide, European and Worldwide ranges (College of Jap Finland, Joensuu, Finland).
OLAWUYI DS, “A Human Rights Primarily based Method to Local weather Change: Authorized and Institutional Views” a paper introduced on the ECOST Local weather Change Working Group on Human Rights, Local weather Change and Migration held on the College of Utretch, Netherlands
OLAWUYI D.S, “Authorized Features of Emission Buying and selling” A session contribution made on the ICAP European Union Summer season Faculty/Coaching Course in Emission Buying and selling held in Madrid, Spain (2011).
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Recognizing the Intersection between Human Rights and the Setting in Authorized Training’, A paper introduced on the twenty ninth March, 2010 on the Convention of the UK Council for Authorized Training in Warwick, United Kingdom
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘Authorized and Institutional Obstacles to the Switch of Environmentally Sound Applied sciences to Creating International locations by the Kyoto Protocol’s Clear Growth Mechanism’, introduced on 12 Could, 2010 on the World Issues Convention in Sønderborg, Denmark,
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘An Overview of Worldwide Preparations on Built-in Coastal Zone Administration–Classes and Options for the Future’ A paper introduced on the Canadian Coastal Zone Convention 2008, in Vancouver, Canada
OLAWUYI D.S, ‘The Proper to Clear Setting underneath Worldwide Legislation- Defining the Scope and Content material of an Rising Proper’ A paper introduced on the 4th Worldwide Convention of the Canadians Legal professionals on Worldwide Human Rights, on the nineteenth February, 2008 on the School of Legislation, College of Ottawa, Canada.
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