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Bukola Faturoti joined the Law School as a lecturer-in-law in 2008. He is a senior lecturer and the Course Leader for the Online MBA and MBA Oil and Gas Management Programmes. Until January 2013, he was the Course Leader for the LLM/MSc Construction Law and Arbitration.
He joined the Robert Gordon University after completing an LLM in International Information Technology Law at the university. He is the first student to graduate with a first class result grade from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria before going to the London School of Economics where he studied for an LLM in Public International Law. Bukola was also at the Central European University Prior to his legal career, he completed a BA (Hons) in English Language from Ogun State University (now Olabisi Onabanjo University). He has worked in both Nigeria and London as a barrister and solicitor.
Bukola has interests in mediation, negotiation and arbitration. Bukola had taught Telecommunications and e-Media Law and Comparative Company Law. Presently his teaching responsibilities include International Commercial Dispute Resolution, Arbitration Laws, International Trade Law, International Business Law and Advanced Business Law.
ADR, International Commercial Disputes and Investment Arbitration, Cyberlaw, Digital Copyright, Human Rights, ICT and Digital Divide
- Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK
- Society of Legal Scholars (SLS)
- International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), US
- Association of Professional Negotiators and Mediators of Nigeria
- Nigerian Bar Association
Faturoti, Bukola “Re-importing the concept of ‘authorisation’ of copyright infringement to Nigeria from the UK and Australia”, International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, (2017) 31:1, 4-25.
Faturoti, Bukola “Women’s Rights in Africa: An Examination of African Human Rights Systems in the Context of CEDAW and the Universalism Versus Cultural Relativism Debate” Journal of Comparative Law in Africa Vol. 3, No. 1, 2016 pp 149 – 176
Faturoti, Bukola “Business Identity Theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: Is bad faith always bad for business advertising?” Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology Vo10, No.1 (2015) pp 1- 12"
Faturoti Bukola “A Tale of Two Rights: Mediating between P2P Owners and Digital Copyright Holders” published in Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Internet, Law & Politics. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona 3-4 July, 2014. Barcelona: UOC-Huygens Editorial.
Faturoti Bukola “Institutionalised ADR and access to justice: The changing faces of the Nigerian judicial system” / Règlement alternatif des différends (ADR) institutionnalisé et accès à la justice: Les changements du système judiciaire nigérian
Journal of Comparative Law in Africa, Vol 1, No 1, 2014
Faturoti Bukola ‘Complementarity or Disparity?: UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1985 and English Arbitration Act 1996 Revisited’ Unib Law Journal Vol.2 No1 (May, 2012)
Bukola Faturoti, Olasupo Owoeye, Gbenga Olatunji, 'Patents and the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do the Existing Flexibilities offer much to LDCS in the East African Community'. A paper presented at the 5th African Society of International Law Conference in Accra, Ghana on 28 October 2016
Faturoti Bukola “All Hail Compulsory Mediation!: Recent developments on the use of mediation in the UK “ A paper presented at the Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Nigeria on 11 October 2016
Faturoti, Bukola “Mapping the scope of secondary copyright infringement in Nigeria: Much ado about 'cause to do'?” British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA) Conference, Hatfield, April 2016
Faturoti Bukola “CEDAW and the African Human Rights System on Women’s Rights: A Comparative Analysis” presented at the Annual SLS Conference, University of Edinburgh, September 2013
Faturoti, Bukola Accessing ADR through the Courts in Nigeria presented at the Annual SLS Conference, University of Bristol, September 2012
Faturoti, Bukola Towards a Sustainable Judicial System: ADR in Nigeria Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow presented at the Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Aberdeen December 2011