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Dr. job o. odion, PhD

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34 Urubi Street P.O. Box 475, Benin City, Edo State

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Dr. JOB O. ODION, PhD

Dr. Odion, PhD is a first rate advocate, Notary Public, Associate Professor and Head of Department of the Department of Business Law, University of Benin, Benin-City, Nigeria.  

He was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1991. He obtained his PhD from the prestigious University of Benin in 2015.    

Dr. Odion has been involved in the teaching and research of law over the course of the last twenty-two years. He currently lectures on Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law, Company Law, Law of Banking and Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Benin.  He also teaches Company Law and the Law of Banking at both the under-graduate level and Post-Graduate level in the Departments of Business Administration and Banking, University of Benin.
Dr. Odion also heads the appellate litigation and the banking and commercial law teams at O.A Omonuwa SAN & Co., and has argued several matters before the appellate Courts with an impressive win ratio.

He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers.


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Areas of Practice
Banking Law, Company Law, Commercial Law, Election Petition, General Litigation, Oil and Gas Law

Publications

  1. 1* Technicalities in Defiance of Aubstantial Justice : A Twist in the Computation of Time Under Section 141 of the Electoral Act in L. A. Atsegbua (ed) Landmarks in Law Essays in Honour of Justice A.A.O. Omage (Benin, Ambik Press, 2009).
  2. 2* Federalism and Resource Control Under the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria: A Synthesis in On Judicial Integrity, Legal Essays and Materials in Honour of His Lordship, The Honourable Justice S. O. Uwaifo (Mindex Publishing Co. Ltd, 2014)
  3. 3* Comments on the Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (2003) A.A.U. Law Journal Vol. 1, No. 2, Pg.124-126
  4. 4* Ensuring the Safety of Consumer Products through Adequate Information on Usage in Nigeria in On Judicial Integrity, Legal Essays and Materials in Honour of His Lordship, The Honourable Justice S. O. Uwaifo (Mindex Publishing Co. Ltd, 2014)
  5. 5* Evolving Restitutionary Rights for Victims of Crimes in Nigeria, Ife Juris Law Journal (2005) Vol 1., No. 2, Pg. 226-235.
  6. 6* Competition L:Aw as a Platform for Consumer Protection: A Nigerian Perspective (2015) Vol. 33, Journal of New Media and Mass Communication Pg. 23-35