Mr. Roland Okayi IpuoleDepartment
Private and Property LawDesignation
Mr Roland Okayi Ipuole joined the services of the University of Calabar, Calabar in 2012 as an Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Law. He was promoted to the rank of Lecturer II in 2016. He holds LL.B and LL.M degrees awarded by the University of Calabar in 2007 and 2016 respectively. In 2008, he went to the Nigerian Law School, Abuja Campus and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2009. He thereafter proceeded to serve his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in 2011. While in the employment of the university, he has been saddled with several responsibilities by the university and also served in various committees in the university. Roland is a member of many professional bodies including the Nigerian Bar Association and the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers. He has also authored some articles in renowned journals as well as contributed to chapters in books. He is a researcher and an active legal practitioner.
|First School Leaving Certificate, (FSLC)||Christ the King Primary School, Yala, Cross River State, Nigeria||1986||1992 delete_forever|
|WAEC||Mary Knoll College, Yala, Cross River State, Nigeria||1992||1998 delete_forever|
|LLB||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2002||2007 delete_forever|
|LL.M||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2011||2015 delete_forever|
|Adoga-Ikong A. & Ipuole, R. O. (2019) Environmental pollution caused by oil and gas activities in Nigeria: The Inability of the Legal and Institutional Framework to curb the menace. Published in American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, 3(6), 173-184.|
|Alobo, E. E., Inaku, J., & Ipuole, R. O. (2018). The Asymmetric Nature of Boko Haram Insurgency and its implication on Human Right and International Humanitarian Law. Published in Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences, 3(5), 873-881|
|Ipuole, R. O., Ekpoudo, A. & Ogiji, A. E. (2014). Judicial Activism and development of international Humanitarian Law through the international Tribunals. Calabar Journal of Public & International Law (VOL-C3 PIL), 1, 223-248|
|Alobo, E., & Ipuole, R. O. (2010), A Critical Analysis of the Efficacy and Applicability of International Theories of Torts published in the Calabar Law Journal, 14, 119-144.|
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|Nigerian Law Teachers Conference held at Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State||2016-07-26||2016-07-30|