Dr Fayokemi Olorundami is a Senior Lecturer at the Nottingham Law School. Kemi teaches and leads the following modules on the LLM programme: International Environmental and Climate Change Law and International Energy Transition Law and Regulation. On the LL.B, Kemi teaches Applied Legal Knowledge, and on the PGDL, Tort Law.
Kemi is a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. She obtained her Ph.D from the University of Aberdeen in 2017. Her thesis looked at the maritime boundary delimitation dispute between China and Japan in the East China Sea. Kemi's LL.M, also from the University of Aberdeen, was in Oil and Gas Law. She taught at the University of Aberdeen and the University of Greenwich before joining NTU. Before these, she practised law as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria. Kemi is happy to supervise research students in the areas of Energy Law, Environmental Law and the Law of the Sea.
Law of the Sea
Environmental and Climate Change Law
External Examiner- University of Aberdeen