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Obiora Ezike

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    Research Interests

    Comparative law, comparative property law, personal property law, commercial law.

    PhD Project

    The Functional Method, System-neutrality and the Financial Collateral Arrangements Directive

    Biography

    Dr Obiora is a Lecturer in Law at Coventry Law School. He specialises in comparative law with particular focus on personal or movable property law across Civil and Common law systems.

    Obiora completed his undergraduate at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria and did both his LLM (in Corporate and Financial Law) and PhD at the University of Glasgow. Obiora previously taught Commercial law at the University of Glasgow and Glasgow Caledonian University.

    Obiora is also licensed to practise as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria, and had practised for almost 5 years with a commercial law firm in Lagos, Nigeria before studying for his LLM and PhD.

    His research interests are in the areas of comparative law and property law (particularly personal or movable property).

     

     

    Education/Academic qualification

    LLM in Corporate and Financial Law, University of Glasgow

    Sep 2013Dec 2014

    Award Date: 4 Dec 2014

    Law, Degree, Nnamdi Azikiwe University

    Sep 2004Jun 2009

    Award Date: 7 Jun 2009

    Law, Doctorate, University of Glasgow

    Sep 2015Jan 2020

    Keywords

    • K Law (General)

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