Omoniyi Bukola Akinola

Omoniyi Bukola Akinola
Redeemer's University · Private and property law

Doctor of Laws
Law Teacher, Law Clinician, Researcher with specialisation in Legal Ethics, Legal Education, Company and Antitrust Law

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Introduction
Research focus on Legal Ethics, Legal Education, Company Law, Antitrust Law
Additional affiliations
October 2007 - October 2020
Nigerian Law School
Position
  • Deputy Director of Academics
Description
  • Law teaching and Research

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Publications (45)
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It is rather apparent that a corporation assumes a separate personality from its employees upon incorporation. This legal personality clothes the corporation with the characteristics of a natural person. One of these features is the right to sue and be sued in its corporate name. The concept and extent of liability of corporations for crimes commit...
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This is the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Omoniyi Bukola Akinola delivered on 8th September 2022. The Lecture bothers on the tripod of Professional Ethics, Corporate Governance, and Legal Education. It examined the roles Professional ethics and good corporate governance play in the training of lawyers in the 21st century. It made recommendations o...
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Nigeria practices bicameral legislature and unicameral legislature at the Federal and state levels respectively. Since the return of democratic government in all tiers of the Nigerian government, the military has been in the barracks and the legislative arm of government has been rejuvenated again. Over a decade, there have been more than 50 probe...
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Competition Law as a branch of law is the law against monopolistic practices and anticompetitive conducts in any economy. The paper espoused the concept of antitrust law otherwise known as competition law and stressed its importance in boosting the economies of the United States as a developed economy, and the South African economy as a developing...
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This paper analyzes the extent to which a legal practitioner can advertise his trade in view of global initiatives and contemporary challenges in the legal profession.
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There have been several complaints about the justice system's operations in Nigeria.
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The paper defined some keywords such as teaching, specialisation and legal practice. The paper also analyses the various methods of teaching law in our tertiary institutions. It further explains the concept of law teaching specialisation and how specialisation enhances legal practice. The paper further identified the challenges of specialisation in...
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This presentation is about how aspiring law school students from the final year in Nigerian Universities can benefit firsthand from the treasures of academic wealth at the Nigerian Law School
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Nigeria practices bicameral legislature and unicameral legislature at the Federal and state levels respectively. Since the return of democratic government in all tiers of the Nigerian government, the military has been in the barracks and the legislative arm of government has been rejuvenated again. Over a decade, there have been more than 50 probe...
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Peace Building in an African society. A case study of Isi Uzo Local Government Area of Enugu State
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The doctrine of Corporate Personality and its application in contemporary Nigerian society
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This paper analyzes the extent to which a legal practitioner can advertise his trade in view of global initiatives and contemporary challenges in the legal profession.
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The preamble to the Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007 contains personalized wordings seemingly vesting the power of amendment of the Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007 on the President of the General Council of the Bar. This paper will examine whether or not it is the President of the General Council...
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The Supreme Court recently reaffirmed its decision in Jide Aladejobi v. NBA by its ruling in Rotimi Williams Akintokun v. LPDC. The ruling of the court is to the effect that appeals from Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee (LPDC) lie to the Appeal Committee of the Body of Benchers. Prior to this period, the same court had ruled in Charles Ok...
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The preamble to the Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007 contains personalized wordings seemingly vesting the power of amendment of the Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007 on the President of the General Council of the Bar. This paper will examine whether or not it is the President of the General Council...
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It is about the application of Competition Law to the power sector in Nigeria, South Africa and USA
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Africa has struggles with leadership problems over the decades. More especially, Nigeria has struggled with bad leadership of the country through corrupt practices which culminates in paucity of social and human capital. There are cases of arbitrary military decrees in the past. The cumulative effective of previous autocratic regimes is that it ent...
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In communities with low standard of living and low literacy level, access to justice is challenging; for rural communities who are under-served by the justice system, access to justice is a nightmare. These communities rely on traditional institutions of the family, the clergy and village councils to administer to resolve disputes. Law clinics may...
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This paper is a response to curbing the gradual level of impunity within the Bar, the Bench and the Nigerian populace at large. The paper analyses the meaning of a lawyer, the rule of law and the role of the lawyer towards leading the campaign against impunity within the Bar and the Bench. The paper further anatomizes the role of the lawyer towards...
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The debate as to whether law lecturers in public service should be made to practise law has been in the front burner for a while now. Is the right of a law lecturer on full time employment in a tertiary institution in Nigeria restricted or denied from private practice? This paper examined the historical analysis of the right of law lecturers to pri...
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The Council of Legal Education is a major provider of vocational legal education to Nigerian legal market and beyond. In the years

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