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Dr. Anthony Alphonsus Ekpoudo


Commercial and Industrial Law


Senior Lecturer


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About Dr. Anthony Alphonsus Ekpoudo

Dr. Anthony Ekpoudo is a lecturer the Department of Commercial and Industrial Law, University of Calabar, Calabar and a Legal Practitioner. Prior to joining the Faculty of Law in 2014 he had worked with the University of Calabar International Demonstration Secondary School and the Cross River State Post Primary Schools ‘Management Board (PPSMB) as a Principal Master. Dr. Ekpoudo attended the University of Cross River State, Uyo ( now University of Uyo) and the University of Calabar. He is multi disciplinary scholar and hold double honours degree in Education and Political Science and a Master of Education (M.Ed) in ducational Psychology. He also hold the Bachelors (LL.B), Masters (LL.M) and Doctorate Degree ( Ph.D) in Law. He earned his Ph.D degree in Environmental Law with emphasis on Pollution Regulations and Management. Dr. Ekpoudo is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and a Chartered Teacher. In the University he teaches Labour Law, Business Law, the law of Torts and other commercial and public law subjects. He is a recipient of the Distinguish Member Award from Corporate Minds Nigeria (CMN). He has given talks on diverse areas of human endeavour on different occasions and has successfully supervised may students projects. He is a member of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT), and has attended many conferences seminars and workshops organized by these and other bodies. Dr. Ekpoudo has collaborated with some of his colleagues on research endeavours has several publications in reputable journals to his credit. His books on Labour Law and Business Law is ongoing. He is presently researching on the Development and Practice of Environmental Law in Africa and Nigerian Pollution Laws. Dr. Anthony Ekpoudo lives, teaches and practice in Calabar, Nigeria.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)Methodist Primary School, Asarama, Andoni, Opobo Nkoro L. G. A. Rivers State, Nigeria19711975
West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC)Regina Coeli Secondary School, Essene, Ikot Abasi L.G.A, Akwa Ibom State19751980
B.Sc (Ed) University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria 19861988
M.EdUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19932002
LL.B (Hons) University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria 19951999
LL.MUniversity of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria20052010
Ph.D University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria20132020

S/N Publication
Ekpoudo, A. (2020) Appraising the Market Overt Exception in the Sales of Goods Law: The Nigerian Perspectives. International Journal of Comparative Law and Legal Philosophy, 2(1), 136-142
Ekpoudo, A. (2019). Rights of Landlocked and Geographically Disadvantaged States in International Law of the Sea: An Appraisal of the Evolution of Contested Rights”, International Review of Law and Jurisprudence,1(2), 38-47.
Ekpoudo, A. (2019). The Role of Trade Umons in the Capitalization and Stabilization of Workers in Nigeria. Benson Idalosa University Journal of Private and Property Law, 2, 303-328.
Ekpoudo, A., & Adoga-Ikong, J. A. (2018). The Pledge as a Real Security Credit Device in Nigeria: An Analysis”, Journal of International Law and Jurisprudence, 4(1), 90-108.
Ekpoudo, A. (2018). Evolutional Development of the Judiciary in Nigeria: from Pre-colonial to Modern Age. Akwa Ibom State University Journal of Arts, 215-227.
Worugji, I. N. E., Ekpoudo, A., & Egbe, J. (2017). Economic Termination of Employment and Some Practices in Employment Relations in Nigeria. The Gravitas Review of Business and Property Law, 8(3), 16-31.
Ugbe, R. O., & Ekpoudo, A. (2017). Legal Approach To Causes And Consequences Of Oil Spillage In Nigeria In Adeniyi. I. Olatunbosun (Ed.) Nigerian Law Journal, 20(1), 145-168
Ekpoudo, A. (2017). Classification of Security in Secured Credit Transactions: Is there a Need for Any Dichotomy?. Calabar Journal of Public and International Law UOC-CJPIL, 2, 1131-147.
Ugbe, R. O., & Ekpoudo, A., (2016). Attainment Of Zero Gas Flaring Level In Nigeria: Proactive Legal And Policy Framework Strategies. Calabar Law Journal, 17, 35-53.
Ipuole, R., Ekpoudo A., & Aniashi, E. O. (2014). Judicial Activism and the development of International Humanitarian Law Through the International Tribunals. Calabar Journal of Public and International Law UOC-CJPIL, 1, 223-248.
Worugji, I. N. E and Ekpoudo, A. (2008). Institutional Mechanisms for the Settlement of Labour Disputes in Nigeria: The Prospects for Maintaining Industrial Peace, Labour Law Review (NJLIR), 2(1), 47-74

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Nigerian Bar Association Annual General Conference, Abuja, (organized by the NBA)2004-08-222004-08-28
Nigerian Bar Association Annual General Conference, Jos, (organized by the NBA).2005-08-212005-08-27
Nigerian Bar Association Annual General Conference, Port Harcourt, (organized by the NBA)2006-08-202006-08-26
Nigerian Association of Law Teachers Conference ( 50th Golden Jubilee) Awka Anambra State( organized by NALT)2017-06-112017-06-16
Nigerian Association of Law Teachers Conference (organized by NALT) Abuja2018-07-012018-07-06