Dr. Gabriel Etim Ben InyangDepartment
Commercial and Industrial LawDesignation
Dr. Gabriel E. B. Inyang started a carrier as a very young man in the Ministry of Agriculture, Calabar in 1981. In 1982 he left for the University of Nigeria Nsukka where he studied and completed a course in Health/Husbandry in 1986. He returned to the ministry in 1988 after successful one year National Service with the Department of Agriculture, FCDA, Abuja in 1986/1987 service year. He had a brief stay with the National Livestock Project Department (NLPD-A World Bank Sponsored Project) Uyo, between 1989 and 1990 (on secondment from the Ministry of Agriculture). In 1990 Dr. Inyang was employed in the Animal Science Department, University of Calabar to take charge of the Animal Farm of the University. He left Animal Science Department in 1992 for the Department of Pharmacology to oversee the Departmental Animal House. He rose to the peak of his career as Chief Animal Health Technologist in that Department in 2007. Having studied Law over the years up to Ph.D level, he got a transfer to the Faculty of Law in 2016 as Lecturer I; He is currently researching extensively in the area of Maritime Law, International Law of the Sea and Commercial Law. He is teaching Commercial Law, Law of Contract, the Nigerian Legal System and Public International Law to undergraduate students. To the post graduate students he teaches International Law, International Law of the Sea, Law of International Institutions. He is seriously working towards the introduction of Maritime Law as a specialized course in the Faculty of Law, University of Calabar. He has been in regular attendance at the yearly NBA Conference. A member of the Nigerian Bar Association and Nigerian Maritime Law Association. Dr. Inyang is happily married with five children.
|First School Leaving Certificate||Methodist School, Ikot Nkim, Akwa Ibom State||1968||1973 delete_forever|
|West African School Certificate||Asutan Ekpe Comprehensive Secondary School, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State||1975||1980 delete_forever|
|Higher Diploma in Animal Health and Husbandry||University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State||1982||1986 delete_forever|
|LL.B Degree in Law||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State||1990||1997 delete_forever|
|B.L||Nigerian Law School, Abuja||1998||1999 delete_forever|
|LL.M Degree in Law||University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State||2001||2007 delete_forever|
|Ph.D Degree in Maritime Law||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State||2007||2016 delete_forever|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2018). Global Collaborative Trends in Maritime Anti-Piracy Counter Measures: Formulating Counter-Piracy Laws in Nigeria. Journal of Private Law, 2, 14-31.|
|Ofem, N. I. & Inyang, G. E. B (2018). A Critique of the United Nations Mechanism for the Determination of Threat of the Peace, Breach of the Peace and Acts of Aggression. Journal of Private law, 2, 107-119.|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2018). Re-Positioning of Maritime Cabotage Policy: A Road Map for Nigeria. Benson Idahosa University Journal of Private and Property Law, 1(91), 149-166.|
|Ofem, N. I. & Inyang, G. E. B (2018). The Principle of Primacy of Facts, A Potent Antidote Against Disguised Employment: The Triangular Employment in Perspective. Nasarawa Journal of Public and International Law (NJPIL), 5(1), 56-75.|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2018). The Legal Consequences of Paper and Electronic Documents Necessary for the Contract of Carriage of Goods by Sea. University of Ibadan Journal of Private and Business Law, 9 (15, 16), 85-99.|
|Inyang, G. E. B, & Adoga-Ikong, J. A. (2017). Legal Issues that Sustain Socio-Economic Problems Militating Against the Nigerian Maritime Cabotage Laws. Calabar Journal of Public & International Law (UOCâ€”CJPIL), 2, 201-213.|
|Adoga-Ikong, J. A. & Inyang, G. E. B. (2017). Re-Echoing the Common Law Principles in Controlling Oil Pollution in Nigeria, Calabar Journal of Public and International Law (UOC-CJPIL), 2, 27-35.|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2017). Cabotage Laws in the United States of America, Australia, Malaysia, Brazil and China: Lessons for Nigeria. Calabar Law Journal, 18, 28-45.|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2017). Evolution of Nigerian Maritime Cabotage Laws: Appraisal of Regulatory Inadequacies, The Journal of Jurisprudence and Contemporary Issues (IJ. Juris & Cont. ii), 9 (1), 97-108.|
|Ofem, N. I. & Inyang, G. E. B. (2017). The Expansion of the Functions/Frontiers of the United Nations General Assembly: A Necessity for the Attainment of International Peace and Security. The Journal of Jurisprudence and Contemporary Issues (IJ. Juris & Cont. ii), 9 (1), 127-136.|
|Inyang, G. E. B & Ofem, N. I. (2017). UNCTADâ€™s Framework on International Shipping Legislation: The Developing Countries Perspective. The Journal of Property Law and Contemporary Issues (JPLCI), 6 (1), 41-52.|
|Ofem, N. I. & Inyang, G. E. B (2017). The Legal and Enforcement Inhibitions of the Regime of the Use of Force under the UN Charter. The Journal of Property Law and Contemporary Issues (JPLCI), 6(1), 158-168.|
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