Dr Augustine E Arimoro is a Lecturer in Law at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University. He contributes to teaching Public Law & Research Skills, Criminal Law with Mooting, and International, European & Comparative Law modules at the undergraduate level. Also, he is a Personal and Academic Tutor to two groups of LLB Year 1 students.
Augustine joined Nottingham Trent University in September 2020. He holds the LLB (Hons), LLM and PhD (Law) degrees from the University of Maiduguri, University of Derby, Kingston University London and UCT. Before joining the Nottingham Law School, Augustine was an Associate Lecturer in Law at the St Mary's Law School, St Mary's University Twickenham, London and was previously a Tutor at the Legal Advice Centre, Kingston University London. He is qualified to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
As a Private Wealth Advisor with one of Africa's leading non-banking financial institutions, Asset & Resource Management Holding Co, Augustine managed the firm's relationship with at least 60 high net worth private and institutional clients and also offered advice on diverse classes of investment instruments and financial planning products.
Augustine is a recipient of several awards including the Dean Faculty of Law Award for the Best Graduating Student in the Faculty of Law, University of Maiduguri in 2004.
Augustine's PhD thesis examined the legal frameworks for public-private partnerships in developing and emerging economies. His other areas of research interests include:
- Discrimination and equality rights (including LGBT issues)
- Law for the built environment
- The Nigerian legal system
- African customary law
- Wealth management law
- Law and development
Augustine welcomes students' interests and collaborations in the above areas of his research interests.
Augustine is the author of Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Economies (London: Routledge 2020)
Augustine is a member of the following professional associations:
- The Nigerian Bar Association
- The Society of Legal Scholars
- African Constitutional Lawyers Network
- Reviewer, International Journal of Construction Managment (Taylor & Francis)
- Reviewer, Journal of Human Rights and Social Work (Springer Nature)
- Reviewer, Journal of Comparative Law in Africa (Juta Law & Co)
- Reviewer, Hasanudin Law Review (Faculty of Law, Hasanudin University, Indonesia)
- Reviewer, Crime, Law & Social Change (Springer Nature)
- Reviewer, Cogent Social Sciences (Taylor & Francis)
Sponsors and collaborators
Centre for Comparative Law in Africa, University of Cape Town
Centre for Research and Capacity Development on Humanitarian Studies, Yobe State University
Recent publications include:
Arimoro, AE, Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Economies (Routledge 2020)
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Arimoro, AE, 'Crime or Human Right? The Criminalization of Same-Sex Relationship Conundrum in Nigeria' in Kurebwa J, Understanding Gender in the African Context (IGI Global 2020) DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2815-0.ch008
Arimoro, A, 'Corruption and Public-Private Partnerships in Nigeria: Good Governance and Ethical Considerations' in Akogwu A (ed) Combating the Menace of Corruption in Nigeria (Black Tower Publishers Nigeria 2019) pp 131-150
Arimoro, AE & Elgujja AA, 'Public-Private Partnership and the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals: The Role of Subnational Governments' in Kagu AB & Attah NE (eds) Perspectives on Governance and Accountability (Centre for Research and Capacity Development on Humanitarian Studies, Yobe State University, Nigeria 2019) pp 337-361
Arimoro, AE, 'Book Review - Nwangwu, G, Public-Private Parnerships in Nigeria' (2020) Public Works Mananagement & Policy DOI: 10.1177/1087724X20951196
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Arimoro, AE & Musa H, 'Towards Sustainable Water Resource Management in Rural Nigeria: The Role of Communities' (2020) 11(1) Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy
Arimoro, AE, 'The Corona Virus (COVID-19) Pandemic and the Challenge of Healthcare Infrastructure in Nigeria: What Role for Public-Private Partnerships? (2020) 5(3) Theoretical and Applied Law 19-35 (in Russian)
Arimoro, AE, 'The Criminalisation of Consensual Same-Sex Sexual Conduct in Nigeria: a Critique' (2019) 4(4) Journal of Human Rights and Social Work DOI: 10.1007/s41134-019-00091
Arimoro, A, 'Public-Private Partnership and the Right to Property in Nigeria' (2019) 19(2) African Human Rights Law Journal DOI: 10.17159/1996-2096/2019/v19n2a10
Arimoro, A, 'Safeguards for Public-Private Partnership Assets in Nigeria: Lessons from South Africa' (2019) 6(2) Journal of Comparative Law in Africa
Arimoro, AE, 'Persons with Intellectula Disability and Access to Justice in Nigeria: Challenges and the Way Forward' (2019) 5(2) Hasanuddin Law Review DOI: 10.20956/halrev.v5i2.1561
Arimoro, AE, 'Clinical Legal Education: Vision and Strategy for Start-up Clinics in Nigeria' (2019) 26(1) International Journal of Clinical Legal Education DOI: 10.19154/ijcl.v26i1.824
Arimoro, AE,'Institutional Framework for Public-Private Partnerships in Nigeria: Is it a Case of Too Many Cooks for One Pot of Broth?' (2019) 40 Business Law Review
Arimoro, AE, 'Are They Not Nigerians? The Obligation of the State to End Discriminatory Practices against Persons with Disabilities' (2019) 19(2) International Journal of Discrimination and the Law DOI:10.1177/1358229119846764
Arimoro, AE, 'When Love is a Crime: Is the Criminalisation of Same-Sex Relations in Nigeria a Protection of Nigerian Culture?' (2018) 39 Liverpool Law Review DOI: 10.1007/s10991-018-9217-y
Arimoro, AE, 'An Appraisal of the Framework for Public Private Partnership in South Africa (2018) 13(3) European Procurement and Public Private Partnership Law Review DOI: 10.21552/epppl/2018/3/
Arimoro, AE, 'Law as a Catalyst for Stimulating Investor Sentiments among Low to Middle-Income Individuals in the Development of Infrastructure in Nigeria' (2017) Law and Development Conference, 7-8 September 2017, University of Cape TownSee all of Augustine Arimoro's publications...
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