|Assistant Professor in the Durham Law School|
|Fellow in the Centre for Sustainable Development Law and Policy|
Adebola obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from the Lagos State University, Nigeria and was called to the Nigerian Bar. Adebola holds a Master of Laws degree (Corporate Governance) from the University of Manchester, and a PhD in law from Swansea University. Adebola's thesis‘Promoting Sustainable Development Through Financed Projects: An Alternative Regulatory Tool’ examines the challenges with existing hard and soft regulatory instruments for lessening the adverse impacts of large-scale infrastructure projects. Adebola proposed a novel regulatory tool that overcomes limitations, supplements the existing hard and soft regulatory instruments, and promotes local contractor participation in the implementation of large scale development projects.
Adebola has previously worked at the International College of Wales, Swansea; the Centre for Law and Business/University of London LLB International programme, Lagos, Nigeria; and at Royal Holloway, University of London. With respect to legal practice, Adebola worked at PAC Solicitors (a law firm based in Lagos) Nigeria where he led the firms' Special Projects and the Fintech and Information Technology units. In this role, Adebola advised on corporate law and governance matters, structuring of energy projects, and the documentation of major information technology projects.
- Sustainable Development, Corporate Governance, Information Technology Law
- Adeyemi, A. Liability and Exemptions of Internet Service Providers (ISPs): Assessing the EU Electronic Commerce Legal Regime. Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 24(1), 6 - 12
- Adeyemi, A. Employing Incomplete Contracts and Agency to Promote Balance of Power between Directors and Shareholders: A Corporate Governance Challenge
- Adeyemi, A. (in press). Changing the Face of Sustainable Development in Developing Countries: The Role of the International Finance Corporation. Environmental Law Review, 16(2), 91 - 106. https://doi.org/10.1350/enlr.2014.16.2.208
- Adeyemi, A. (2019). A New Phase of Payments in Europe: The Impact of PSD2 on the Payments Industry. Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, 25(2), 47 - 53
- Adeyemi, A. (2018). Slipping Through the Net: The Financial Conduct Authority’s Approach in Lessening the Incidence of Money Laundering in the UK. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 21(3), 203 - 214. https://doi.org/10.1108/jmlc-06-2017-0025