Abimbola Olowofoyeku

Contact Details

Professor of Law

Professor Abimbola Olowofoyeku
Elliott Jaques Room 052
Brunel University London
Uxbridge
UB8 3PH
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1895 266223
Fax: +44 (0)1895 269766
Email: abimbola.olowofoyeku@brunel.ac.uk

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Summary

Qualifications

LL.B - Lagos
LL.M – Lond.
Ph.D - Lond.
Barrister - Nigeria

Prof Olowofoyeku has held these positions: Assistant Legal Adviser, Federal Inland Revenue Department, Lagos (1982-83); Barrister and Solicitor, Chief B Olowofoyeku & Co., Lagos (1983-1984); Lecturer, Liverpool Polytechnic (1987-88); Lecturer, Keele University (1988-95); Visiting Fellow, Centre for International and Public Law, Australian National University (March - August 1995); Senior Lecturer, Keele University (1995-1999); Reader, Keele University (1999-2000); Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Law, Australian National University (July 1999 - January 2000; December 2000 - January 2001); Head of Department, Brunel University (2003-04); Head of the School of Social Sciences and Law (2004-06); Head of Brunel Law School (2006-09).

When he is fortunate enough to have any spare time, he enjoys playing the guitar and developing computer software using Delphi/Pascal and C.

He is the Director of the Centre for International and Public Law.

Student Support

I am Head of the Law School and I have overall responsibility for staff and student matters. I am particularly interested in your academic and professional development and my ambition is to ensure an excellent teaching and learning environment.

I always look forward to meeting our students and hearing about their experiences.

Teaching and Research

Research Interests

Comparative Constitutionalism
Administrative Law
Revenue Law
Torts

Research Areas

Public law
Taxation

Research Groups


CIPL Centre for International and Public Law

PhD Supervision

LLB - Lagos
LLM – Lond.
PhD - Lond.
Barrister - Nigeria

External Activities

External Activities

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Law and Management

Publications

Publications

Journal Papers

(2012) Olowofoyeku, A., Sub-regional courts and the recusal issue: Emergent practice of the East African Court of Justice, African Journal of International and Comparative Law 20 (3) : 365- 387 Download publication

(2009) Olowofoyeku, AA., Bias and the informed observer: A call for a return to Gough, Cambridge Law Journal 68 (2) : 388- 409 Download publication

(2006) Olowofoyeku, AA., Regulating supreme court recusals, Singapore Journal of Legal Studies 2006 (July) : 60- 85 Download publication

(2006) Olowofoyeku, AA., Subjective objectivity: Judicial impartiality and social intercourse in the US supreme court, Public Law 2006 (Spring) : 15- 34

(2003) Olowofoyeku, AA., Where is my home? Reflections on the law of residence, British Tax Review 2003 (4) : 306- 323

(2000) Olowofoyeku, A., A century of doubt: Profit motive in UK income tax law, New Zealand Journal of Taxation Law and Policy 40- 60

(2000) Olowofoyeku, AA., Devolution: Conceptual and implementation problems, Anglo-American Law Review 29 (2) : 133- 166

(2000) Olowofoyeku, A., The nemo judex rule: The case against automatic disqualification, Public Law (Autumn) : 456- 475

(1999) Olowofoyeku, AA., Decentralising the UK: The federal argument, Edinburgh Law Review 3 (1) : 57- 84

(1998) Olowofoyeku, A., State liability for the exercise of judicial power, Public Law 444- 462

(1996) Olowofoyeku, A., In the performance of the duties: Fact, law, or both, British Tax Review 1996 (1) : 28- 45

(1991) Olowofoyeku, AA., Habeas-corpus, judicial liability and the Nigerian constitution, International and Comparative Law Quarterly 40 (1) : 49- 65

(1990) Olowofoyeku, A., Murphy, anns and pure economic loss, Journal of Professional Negligence 158- 166

(1990) Olowofoyeku, AA., The crumbling citadel: Absolute judicial immunity de-rationalised, Legal Studies 10 (3) : 271- 292

(1990) Olowofoyeku, A., The immunity of quasi-judicial officers, Journal of Professional Negligence 2- 14

(1989) Olowofoyeku, A., The beleaguered fortress: Reflections on the independence of Nigeria's judiciary, Journal of African Law 33 (1) : 55- 71

Book Chapters

(2011) Olowofoyeku, AA., Judges and non-judicial functions in the United Kingdom. In: Lee, HP. ed. Judiciaries in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 493- 511

(2006) Olowofoyeku, AA., Accountability versus independence: The impact of judicial immunity. In: Canivet, G., Andenas, MT. and Fairgrieve, D. eds. Independence, Accountability and the Judiciary. London, UK : British Institute of International and Comparative Law 357- 383

Books

(2011) Olowofoyeku, A., The taxation of income. Cambridge Academic Press

(2003) Olowofoyeku, AA., Butler, D. and Kirkbride, J., Revenue law: Principles and practice. Liverpool Academic Press

(2002) Kirkbride, J. and Olowofoyeku, AA., The law and theory of income tax. Liverpool Academic Press

(1993) Olowofoyeku, A., Suing judges: A study of judicial immunity. Clarendon Press

(1993) Olowofoyeku, AA., The law of judicial immunities in Nigeria. African Books Collective

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