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Welcome to the official website of Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi, SAN, FCIArb.

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Meet Professor Olawuyi, SAN, FCIArb

Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi, SAN is an international lawyer, policy adviser, professor of law and recognized expert in business and human rights, natural resources, energy and environmental law.  He has provided expert advice and opinion, on oil, gas (both upstream and downstream), renewable energy, mining, infrastructure development and clean technology projects, in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. 

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Courses/Current Research

Petroleum law

International environmental law

Climate change law and policy

Natural resources law and policy

Food and agricultural law

Human rights law

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Guardian Newspaper Interview with Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi

In a comprehensive interview with the Guardian, Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi called on the Nigerian Government to harness the country's enormous renewable energy potential.  Read more here

IINTERVIEW:   Prof. Damilola Sunday Olawuyi speaks on the need for business enterprises in Nigeria to understand, respect and implement international law norms on business and human rights in their operations. Read here

INTERVIEW: 'Global Pact Will Boost International Environmental Governance' Olawuyi (Guardian Newspaper, September 25, 2018). Also published in Nigerian Lawyers and All Africa News

International Law: We Should Put Our Best Brains Forward - Olawuyi (SAN) More here 


Professor Damilola Olawuyi, SAN  emerges President of the International Law Association (Nigerian Branch) (Daily IndependentNigerian TribuneNigerian LawyersThe Sun,The NationChannels TVTVC NewsMITV News)

In an interview with Channels Television, Professor Olawuyi, SAN has called for urgent and comprehensive accountability review to address issues of oil theft, illicit financial flows and insecurity in Nigeria's oil and gas sector. Watch here. 

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