ARTICLES ON NIGERIAN
LAW
2009

BJ Inyang “Nurturing Corporate Governance System: The Emerging Trends in Nigeria” (2009)4(2) Journal of Business,
Systems, Governance and Ethics 1-13.

2008

Olufemi Amao and Kenneth Amaeshi “Galvanizing Shareholder Activism: A Prerequisite for Effective Corporate Governance
and Accountability in Nigeria” Forthcoming in the (2008) 82 Journal of Business Ethics 119-130.

Olufemi Amao “Corporate Social Responsibility, Multinational Corporations and the Law in Nigeria” (2008) 52 (1) Journal of
African Law 89-113.

Olufemi Amao “Mandating Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerging Trends in Nigeria” (2008) 6 (1) Journal of Commonwealth
Law and Legal Education 75-95.

2007

Okike, E.M.N., “Corporate Governance in Nigeria: The status Quo” (2007) 15 Corporate Governance173.

Chianu, E., “Towards Fair Hearing for all Nigerian Employees” 2007 (1) CALS Review of Nigerian Law and Practice 29.

Olufemi Amao “Reconstructing the Role of the Corporation: Multinational Corporations as Public Actors in Nigeria” (2007) 29
Dublin University Law Journal 312-340.  

Olufemi Amao “Reflexive Law and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): A Strategic Alliance for Development?” in Felix Ayadi
(ed.) (2007) 8 ‘Building New Strategic Partnership for Africa’s Economic Development’ International Academy of African
Business 7th Annual Conference Peer Reviewed Proceedings 421-426

2006

Kenneth Amaeshi, Bongo Adi, Chris Ogbechie and Olufemi Amao “Corporate Social Responsibility in Nigeria: western mimicry
or indigenous influences?” (2006) 24 Journal of Corporate Citizenship 83-99.

Olufemi Amao “Corporate Codes of Conduct: Workers’ Welfare and Multinational Corporations in Nigeria” in Felix Ayadi (ed.)
(2006) 7 ‘African Development: What Role for Business?’ International Academy of African Business 7th Annual Conference
Peer Reviewed Proceedings 399-406.

Arowolo, O.F., “In the Shadows of EFCC: Is the ICPC still relevant?” (2006) 9 Journal of Money Laundering Control 203.

Okogbule, N.S., “An appraisal of the legal and institutional framework for combating corruption in Nigeria” (2006) 13 Journal of
Financial Crime 92.

2005

Akpotaire, V., “The Nigerian Indigenization Laws as Disincentives to Foreign Investments: The End of an Era” (2005) 3
Business Law Review 62.

2002

Oko, O., “Subverting the Scourge of Corruption in Nigeria: a Reform Prospectus” (2002) 34 International Law and Politics 397.

2001

Frynas, J.G., “Problems of Access to Courts in Nigeria: Results of   a Survey of Legal Practitioners” (2001) 10 Social Legal
Studies 397.

2000

Guobadia, A., “Protecting Minority and Public Interests in Nigeria Company Law: The Corporate Affairs Commission as a
Corporations Ombudsman” in F. Macmillan, International Corporate Law Annual Vol.1 (Oxford – Portland Oregon Hart
Publishing, 2000) 81.

1999

Frynas, J.G., “Legal Change in Africa: Evidence from Oil-Related Litigation in Nigeria” (1999) 43 Journal of African Law 121.

1998

Ikeyi, N., “The Export Processing Zones and Foreign Investment Promotion in Nigeria: A Note on Recent Legislation” (1998) 42
Journal of African Law 223.

1997

Okonmah, P.D., “Right to Clean Environment: The Case for the People of Oil-Producing Communities in Nigerian Delta” (1997)
41/1 Journal of African Law 43.

1995

Ogowewo, T.I., “The Shift to the Classical Theory of Foreign Investment: Opening up the Nigerian Market” (1995) 44 The
International and Comparative Law Quarterly 915.

1994

Okoli, C., “Criminal Liability of Corporations in Nigeria: A Current Perspective” (1994) 38 Journal of African Law 35.

1990

Bakibinga, D.J., “Directors’ Duty to Act Bona Fide in the Interest of the Company” (1990) 39 (2) The International and
Comparative Law Quarterly 451.

1987

Omoregbe, Y., “The Legal Framework for the Production of Petroleum in Nigeria” (1987) 15 Journal of Energy and Natural
Resources Law 273.

1980

Akpan, M., “The 1979 Nigerian Constitution and Human Rights” (1980)  2 Universal Human Rights 23.
Published by Routledge:
Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Rights
and the Law: Multinational Corporations in
Developing Countries
by Olufemi Amao

This book explores the interface between CSR, human
rights and the law in the context of multinational
corporations in developing countries.
Now available in paper packback/softcover:
Corporate Social Responsibility, Human
Rights and the Law: Multinational
Corporations in Developing Countries
(2013 reprint)
Order on Amazon.co.uk or Routledge.com
Forthcoming book by Olufemi Amao

‘African Union Law’.

A seminal research into the laws of the African
Union.