About Chukwuma Okoli
Dr. Chukwuma Okoli is a Postdoctoral researcher in private international law at the T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague, Netherlands, and a Consultant for PC Mbadiwe & Co., Lagos, Nigeria??.
Prior to joining T.M.C Asser Institute, he was inter alia, a Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Luxembourg for about four years, where he taught Comparative Private International law, Comparative English Law of Contract, and Comparative English Law of Tort.
He is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria since 2008. He practised law in reputable law firms for about three years in the area of domestic and international commercial transactions. He also holds an LLM in International Commercial Law (with distinction) from the University of Aberdeen.
His principal research interest is in all aspects of Private International Law/Conflict of Laws, with a special focus on the European Union, Nigeria, and English speaking or Commonwealth Africa. He has significant publications on these subjects. He accentuates expertise in the Civil and Commercial aspects of European Union Private International Law, and serves as a leading expert in Nigerian Private International Law. He is also frequently cited in academic publications.
Entries by Chukwuma Okoli
The second issue of Journal of Private International Law for 2022 was released today. It features the following interesting articles: T Kruger et. al.,
The Nigerian Bar Association recently published articles on Nigerian law. Interestingly, the first two articles are on Nigerian conflict of laws. This should probably not come as a surprise because the editor-in-chief, Professor Uche Chukwumaeze, specialises in Nigerian conflict of laws. The articles and abstracts read as follows: O Uka, “Internal Conflict of Laws in […]
The third issue of the Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly for 2022 was recently published. It features the following case notes and articles: A Briggs,
The first view of three recent private international law articles have recently appeared in International and Comparative Law Quarterly. Ardavan Arzandeh, “Brownlie II and The Service-Out Jurisdiction under English Law” FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC v Brownlie (Brownlie II) is arguably the United Kingdom’s highest appellate court’s most significant decision this century on a private international law […]
The first issue of the Journal of Private International law for 2022 was released yesterday. It features the following articles: M Lehmann, “A new piece in the puzzle of locating financial loss: the ruling in VEB v BP on jurisdiction for collective actions based on deficient investor information” For the first time, the CJEU has […]
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Two recent private international law articles were published by International and Comparative Law Quarterly: B Marshall,
The second issue of the Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly for 2022 was just published. It features the following case notes, articles and book review on private international law: David Capper,