Ronnah Tumusiime is a Lecturer at the Nottingham Law School. Ronnah currently teaches an undergraduate module, the “Legal and Professional Environment”. Ronnah has a PhD in Laws from the Nottingham Trent University, an LLM in Oil and Gas Law from Robert Gordon University, Scotland, United Kingdom, an LLB with honours from Moi University, Kenya and a Diploma in Legal Practice. Her research interest is in legal and regulatory frameworks in oil and gas producing countries, with a specific focus in environmental protection and socio-economic resilience in developing countries. Ronnah has practiced law since 2016, worked in both national and international organisations, and is currently a Law Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.
Ronnah is a former Barrister representing clients in civil, commercial and probate litigation. Ronnah also worked with the International Law Institute, involved in organizing advance training for legal professionals in extractive / oil and gas contracting, legislative drafting, dispute resolution mechanisms among others. She has also worked with the Parliament of Uganda involved in legal and legislative drafting of varying laws.
Ronnah’s research interest is in legal and regulatory frameworks in oil and gas producing countries, with a specific focus in environmental protection and socio-economic resilience in developing countries.
Leicester University PGR Law Conference, 18 June 2019– “Is Foreign Direct Investment a Necessary Evil for Developing Countries?”
Ronnah T. Tumusiime, Reversing the Resource Curse Phenomenon Through Collaborative Partnerships Between Co-located Agricultural Communities and Petroleum Mining Companies in Uganda (The Law Reports 1 June 2021)
Expropriation, Nationalisation of Oil and Gas Assets, and the Relevance of Stabilisation Clauses.
Framework (legislation, treaties, industry practice, guidance) that exists for neighbouring states to develop transboundary offshore oil and gas resources.
Has the Interplay Between UNCLOS, OSPAR, EU and UK Legislation Covering Environmental Regulation of The UKCS Oil and Gas Industry Led to “Over-Regulation” And Possibly Confusion at Both Government/Operator Levels?
Course(s) I teach on
Law (Full-time) - LLB (Hons)
Law (Sandwich) - LLB (Hons)