Doctor/Ph.D Member: DR. ONYEDIKACHI JOSIAH ALOZIE
PhD (University of Nigeria, Nigeria), 2019
Thesis: Adopting International Legal Instruments and Decommissioning of
Oil and Gas Installations in Nigeria.
LL.M in Commercial Law (Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria).
Dissertation: The Role of Public International Law under the World Trade
Organization (WTO) Dispute Settlement Regime: Effects on Global
Environmental Protection Measures.
a. Ocean Governance, Integrated Maritime Security and its Impact in the Gulf of
Guinea: Lessons for Nigeria  (11) (2) African Review 190-207.
b. Maritime Transportation and the Nigerian Economy: Matters Arising  (45)(3)
Commonwealth Law Bulletin 390-410
c. Proposing a Legal Framework for Decommissioning of Oil and Gas Installations in
Nigeria (45)(2) Commonwealth Law Bulletin 211-230.
d. Connecting the Dots: Relevance of Sustainable Development Principles in
Addressing Environmental Protection issues in Nigeria’s oil industry (44)(3)
Commonwealth Law Bulletin 476-491.
e. Lessons from Legal Transubstantiation: Analyzing the Nigerian Environmental
Protection Regime (1)(4) African Nazarene University Law Journal(ANULJ)
f. The Economic Community of West African States and its Members: A Success Story
of Integrated Development21 Reicht in Afrika (Law in Africa) Droi en Afrique
g. Promoting a More Efficient Corporate Governance in Nigeria through the Law
(45)(4) Commonwealth Law Bulletin 697-715.
h. Evaluating Nigeria’s Position on Intended Nationally Determined Contributions under
the 2015 Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals  (34)
Ocean Year Book.
i. Legal, Political and Economic Role of Transnational Corporations  Business
Law Review 97.
j. Revenge Pornography in Nigeria: A Call for Legal Response and Cyber-Censorship
of Contents by Internet Service Providers ()() African Journal of Legal Studies.
k. The Ethics of Tax Evasion and its Effect on Revenue Generation in Nigeria 
(vol 3) NIALS Journal of Business Law 95.
l. Obstacles to Effective Participation of Civil Society Organisations in Nigerian
Extractive Industry Initiative (13)(1) African Review 1-11