Oluyemisi Adefunke Bamgbose


PERSONAL PROFILE

Oluyemisi Adefunke Bamgbose LLB ( Honours) (University of Lagos) LLM (University of Lagos) Ph. D (University of Ibadan) Professor Area of Specialisation Criminal Law and Criminology Contact: oluyemisibamgbose@hotmail.com; oa.bamgbose@mail.ui.edu.ng Office Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Nigeria Tel: +234-803-323-3204; +234-805-526-7465 Current Research Projects: 1. Law clinics and Advocacy within the University Community: Risks and Benefits by Bamgbose Oluyemisi and Tafita Folake 2016

2. The Nigerian Legal Profession: Then, Now and Future: The Changing Nature and Character of the Profession by Bamgbose Oluyemisi and Tafita Folake 2016. Publications BOOKS OR CHAPTERS IN BOOKS ALREADY PUBLISHED 1. Bamgbose, O (1991) “Juvenile Justice in Nigeria: A Case for Urgent Reforms” in Akinyele I.O et al (ed.) Economic and Democratic Reforms in Nigeria’s Development : Ibadan: Tenton Book Makers for Society for International Development and Friedrich Ebert Foundation, pp 45-56

2. Bamgbose, O (1991) “Women and the Prison System in Nigeria”in Olowu et al. Proceedings of the National Conference of the Ibadan Socio Economic Group on Development Strategies in the 21st Century Nigeria. Chapter 25, pp 225-234

3. Bamgbose, O (1992) “Legal Implications of Drug Abuse on Man and Animals” Proceedings of the 2nd Animal Workshop of the Association of Private Veterinary Medical Practitioners. Section 3, pp 108-122

4. Bamgbose, O (1995) “The Protection of Nigerian Citizens from Arbitrary Arrest” in Bassiouni, M.C et al (ed.) The Protection of Human Rights in African Criminal Proceedings, Dordrecth: Kluwer Academic Publishers and Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp 149 – 159

5. Bamgbose, O (1996) “A Critical Examination of Legal Aid in Nigeria” in Ojo J. D. (ed.) Ibadan University Law Essays. Ibadan Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan,pp 207 241.

6. Bamgbose, O (1996) “ Violence against Women: A Recurring International and Criminological Problem” in Akinyele,I.O et al. (ed) Proceedings of the National Conference of the Society for International Development on the Role of Civil Society in the Implementation and Follow Up Activities of Major United Nations Conferences in Nigeria. pp 142 -165

7. Bamgbose, O (1999) “The Rights of Female Criminals under the Criminal Justice System in Nigeria” in Centre for Women’s Studies and Women Research (ed) Proceedings of the Women’s World ’99: The 7th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Tromso: Centre for Women’s Studies and Women Research, University of Tromso, Norway. http://www.skk.uit.no/WW99/html

8. Bamgbose, O (2002) “Cultism and Youth in Higher Institutions," in Falola, Toyin (ed), Nigeria in the Twentieth Century, Durham: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 687 – 699.

9. Bamgbose, O (2002) “Customary Law Practices and Violence Against Women: The Position under the Nigerian Legal System” in Proceedings of the Women’s World 2002. The 8th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Kampala: Makerere University, Kampala Uganda. http://www.makerere.ac.ug/womenstudies/full%20paspers/oluyemisi%20Bamgbo...

10. Bamgbose, O (2003) “ Privatization of the Prison System: A Panacea for Nigeria in Ogungbe M.O (ed) Nigerian Law: Contemporary Issues, Okada: College Igbinedion University, Okada, pp152-164

11 Bamgbose, O (2003) “Revitalizing the Nigerian Adolescents: A Consideration of Rights and Attendant Responsibilities” in Nwazuoke I. A et al (ed) Contemporary Issues and Researches on Adolescent. Ibadan: Royal People (Nig) Ltd pp 1-24

12 Bamgbose, O (2003) “ Cultural Reflections in the Penal Laws in Nigeria” in Agomo (ed) Constitution, Law and Development, Lagos: Florence and Lambert Publishers Limited. pp 101 -112

13 Bamgbose O (2005) “Crime Detection Methods and Health Implications: Forensic Science Versus The African Legal System” in Falola, T and Heaton Matt (ed) Traditional and Modern Health System in Nigeria. Trenton, New Jersey, Africa World Press pp 429-450

14 Bamgbose O (2005) “Dispute Settlement under the Yoruba Culture; Lessons for the Criminal Justice System” in Falola and Ann Genova The Yoruba in Transition: History,Values and Modernity. Durham, North Carolina.Carolina Academic Press. Pp 125 - 149

15 Bamgbose, O (2005) “Students Discipline in Universities in Nigeria: The Limits of the Criminal Law,” in Afolayan, M.A (ed) Critical Issues in Higher Education in Postcolonial African Nations: Pardigms of Development, Decline and Dilemmas Trenton, New Jersey: African World Press. Pp 185- 203

16 Bamgbose O and Jegede A. (2008) . “Criminal responsibility in the Era of International Criminal Court: History,Jurisdiction, Prospects and Challenges in Voke Ighorodge et al (Ed) Strengthening the understanding of the Rome Statute in Nigeria.” Lagos: Nigeria Coalition for International criminal Court. Pp 143-170 ISBN:1-902296-34-6

17 Bamgbose O (2009) “Old Wine and the New: Reproductive Health Law in Nigerian” Universities in Afolayan M.A (Ed) Multiculturalism in the Age of the Mosaic: Essays in Honor of Rudolph G Wilson Chapter 15 nova publishers

18 Bamgbose, O (2009) “The Sentence, The Sentencer and The Sentence: Towards Prison Reform in Nigeria” 13th Series of University Inaugural lecture for the 2009/2011 Session delivered on 15 July 2010

19 Bamgbose O. (2009) ”Reproductive health rights issues and public law” Law and Human Rights Series Reproductive Health and Right Issues Monograph Series 2 Legal research and Resource Documentation Center

20 Bamgbose, O and Akinbiyi Sonia (2012) “Criminal Law in Nigeria: Evans Law Series. Evans Publishers: Ibadan

21 Bamgbose O Labor: Child In Encyclopedia of the Yoruba. Toyin Falola and Tunde Akinyemi (eds.). Indiana and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press (forthcoming).

22. Bamgbose O Law: Customary In Encyclopedia of the Yoruba. Toyin Falola and Tunde Akinyemi (eds.). Indiana and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press (forthcoming).

23. Bamgbose O Law: Modern In Encyclopedia of the Yoruba. Toyin Falola and Tunde Akinyemi (eds.). Indiana and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press (forthcoming). (D) ARTICLES THAT HAVE ALREADY APPEARED IN LEARNED JOURNALS

24. Bamgbose, O (1993) “Prospect for the Reforms of the Nigerian Law of Sedition” Nigerian Current Law Journal. Vol. 1, No.1, (November) pp.162 – 172.

25. Bamgbose, O (1994) “Sexual Offences and the Law in Nigeria: An Injustice to the Female Adolescent,” Women Behavioral Issues. Volume 1, No. 2, (July), pp. 70 – 84.

26. Bamgbose, O (1996) “Legal Consequences of Bush Burning and Forest Fires in Oyo, Osun, Ogun and Ondo States: The Criminal and Civil Consequences,” Research for Development. The Journal of the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Vol. 12, Nos. 1 & 2, pp 77-96.

27. Bamgbose, O (1997) “The Law and the Regulatory Agencies in the Provision of Health Care Services at the Local Government Level,” Journal of Social Health Education, Vol 4 No 1 and 2 pp. 87 – 95.

28. Bamgbose, O (1997) “The Impact of Law on Female Education,” Nigerian Education Law Journal Vol. 1, No. 1, (August), pp. 81 – 87. 29. Bamgbose, O (1997) “The Perception of the Police by the Poor: A Case Study of Four Communities in Oyo State Nigeria,” Nigerian Education Law Journal Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 26- 36.

30. Bamgbose, Oluyemisi (1998) “Child Labour and the Effect of the Economic Climate on the Rights of the Child in Contemporary Nigeria,” Journal of School Health Education, Vol. 5, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 40 – 52.

31. Bamgbose, O (1998) “The Running of Legal Units and Coping with Legal Issues for the Effective Administration of Educational Institutions,” Journal of Educational Theory and Practice, Vol. 4, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 78 – 84.

32. Bamgbose, O (1998) “An Exposition of the Laws of Crime and the Health Implications in cases of Child Abuse in Nigeria,” Nigerian Journal of Health Education Vol. 7, No 1, pp. 106 – 120.

33. Bamgbose, O (1999) “Human Rights and Health Issues arising from Street Trading Practices among Young Girls in Nigeria,” Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counselling Psychology, Vol. 5, no1& 2, (May / November) pp 15- 28

34. Bamgbose, O (1999) “The One Year and One Day Rule in the Law of Murder Revisited,” University of Ibadan Journal of Private and Business Law Vol. 1, No 1, pp. 33-44

35. Bamgbose, O (2000) “Inhibition of Women in Leadership Roles: Through the Legal Binoculars,” African Notes. Journal of the Institute of African Studies, Vol XXIV, Nos 1&2, pp 29 -45

36. Bamgbose, O (2001) “Legal and Cultural Approaches to Sexual Matters in Africa: The Cry of the Adolescent Girl ,”The University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, Special Issue Vol 10:pp.127 –144

37. Bamgbose, O (2001) “Coping with Accommodation Stress by Female Students in Nigerian Universities,” In Nigerian Education Law Journal ,Vol.4, No. 1, pp 9-27

38. Bamgbose, O (2002) “Teenage Prostitution: The Future of Female Adolescents in Nigeria,” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 46, No. 5,(October), pp.569 – 585

39. Bamgbose, O (2002) "A Reflection on the Past, Present and Future of Rape Law," University of Ibadan Journal of Private and Business Law Vol. 2 No 2, pp 125-140

40. Bamgbose, O (2004) “Euthanasia; Another face of Murder,” International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology Vol. 48 No 1 2004 pp 111 121

41. Bamgbose, O (2005) “Introducing Reproductive Rights into the Law Curriculum in Nigerian Universities” in Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Makerere University, Kampala. Uganda. Vol 12, No 1, (November) 2005

42. Bamgbose, O ( 2005) “Translating Traditional Concepts on Women into Practice and Legislative Realities” International Journal of African and African American Studies, Vol 1, nos 7, January 2005

43. Bamgbose, O (2005) “Traite d’enfants au Nigeria et dans le monde” Alternatives Sud Vol 12 nos 3 2005. pp 177- 196 44. Bamgbose, O (2007) “Towards a Global Abolition of the Death Penalty: The Criminal Law in the United States and Nigeria in East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, Volume 13 Issue No 1 pp 30 – 54 45. Bamgbose O (2011) “The Use of Modern Technology in Crime Control: A Plus Or Minus” University of Ibadan Law Journal Volume 1 No 1 2011 pp 147-182 46. Bamgbose, O (2011) Trafficking: A Trans- border Journey from Hope to Hopelessness” University of Ibadan Journal of Public and International Law vol 1 nos1 pg 73-111

47. Bamgbose O, Olaleye F and Olomola O (2012) “Community Lawyering - An Intervention Of The University Of Ibadan Women’s Law Clinic In The Case Of Stray Bullet Killings At Arulogun-Idi Omo Community – A Case Study” in The African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice Volume 1 (Maiden Edition 2012) pp 31-48

48. Bamgbose O (2013) Community service order as an alternative to prison sentence in THE ADVOCATE Volume 30 The International Journal of the Law Students' Society Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria Pp 67-82

49. Bamgbose O and Olomola O (2013) “Collaborating with other Disciplines: Best Practice For Legal Clinics - A Case Study of the Women's Law Clinic, University of Ibadan Nigeria”. in Issue 19, Volume, 1 April 2013 International Journal Of Clinical Legal Education.

50. Bamgbose O (2013) “The New Evidence Act 2011: A Type and Shadow of the Old Act” Justice Journal Fourth edition, volume 5, 2013. Pp 46 -63

51. Bamgbose O and Olomola O (2014) “Clinical Legal Education and Cultural Relativism- The Realities In The 21st Century International Journal Of Clinical Legal Education Issue 20 volume 11 2014 pg 579 -592

52. Adewunmi Folasade and Bamgbose Oluyemisi (2014) Inhibiting Nigerian Cultural Property heritage Crimes through Penal Laws in 2014 Ife Juris Review (IFJR) 3 484 -500

53. Bamgbose O (2014) The Cane, The Pain and the Punishment: Corporal Punishment in Perspective. 2013/2014 Law Justice. Volume 6 Journal of the Law students’ society. University of Ibadan, Ibadan

54. Bamgbose O (2015) Collapsed Buildings Sagas: Liabilities under the Criminal Law. Egyptian Journal of Legal and Economic Studies. No 10, Vol 6, 2015 of December 10 2015

55. Bamgbose O (2015) Access to Justice through Clinical Legal Education: A Way Forward for Good Governance and Development. (2015) 15 African Human Rights Law Journal 378-396

56 Adewunmi Folasade and Bamgbose O (2016) Attitude of Staff and Students to Clinical Legal Education: A Case Study of Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan. Asian Journal of Legal Education 2016 3: 106-116 (E) T ECHNICAL REPORTS

57. Udegbe, I.B. and Bamgbose, Oluyemisi (1995) “Qualitative Investigation of Local Participatory Structures and Good Governance in Oyo State”. Report for B the World Poverty Assessment Qualitative Studies. World Bank

58. Udegbe, I.B and Bamgbose, Oluyemisi (2001) 'Effects of High-Tech Work Demands on Women’s Reproductive Behaviours” Report for the African Technology Policy Studies Network, Kampala. Uganda

59. Bamgbose, Oluyemisi (2002) "Laws and Practices Relating to Women's Inheritance Rights in Nigeria: An Overview. "Report for the International Human Law Group, Abuja. Nigeria

60. Bamgbose, Oluyemisi, Bukari Bello, Titilayo Ibe,Saudatu Mahdi, Tawfiq Ladan, Yemi Akinseye George, Patrick Ngoyi, Yomi Dinakin, George Amadi, Muhammed Inuwa, (2004) Report submitted on The Study Group on the Death Penalty for the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,

61. (2005) Report of The National Committee on the Reform of Discriminatory Laws Against Women

62. Ekhaguere G O.S, Oyejide T.A O Oluleye, A. E Egbokhare F.O, Bamgbose O, Abimbade A.A, Ademowo O.G, Adetimirin V.O, Babalola Chinedum, Fatoki Olayinka, Oladejo O.M, Olugasa B.O, Aponmade I. O Aziba Magaret Oyewunmi S.O (2008) Five Year Internationalization Strategic Plan

63. Bamgbose Oluyemisi, Olarinde Smaranda, Akintayo John, Ekundayo Osifunke, Olaleye Folake, Olomola Omolade, Akinbola Bukola, Adejumo Isaac, Lifu Peter, Byron Ibijoke (2011) “Access To Justice And Human Rights For Women Project Under CDP 11” Final Report On CDP Phase 11 Codesria. Submitted by the Women’s Law Clinic, Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Nigeria

64. Odejide A, Bamgbose O, Odebode, Ukpokolo F, Egbokhare A, Lewis A, Obutte P, Akeredolu A, Oyewunmi S, Okunuga O (2011) University of Ibadan, Gender Policy

65. Odejide A, Bamgbose O, Odebode, Ukpokolo F, Egbokhare A, Lewis A, Obutte P, Akeredolu A, Oyewunmi S, Okunuga O (2011) University of Ibadan, Sexual Harassment Policy

66. Akintola Simisola O, Lokulo-Sodipe Jadesola, Bamgbose O, Aiyelari E.A, Adebowale K.O, Oke Gbemisola, Adegoke G.O, Oyebola Morounfoluwa (2011), University of Ibadan, Intellectual Property Policy ( F) MONOGRAPH

67. Bamgbose Oluyemisi (2014) Re-evaluating the Juvenile/Child Justice System in Nigeria. Text of the 2014 Professor Jadesola Akande Memorial Lecture. Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. Lagos. 2014. (G) ARTICLES ALREADY SUBMITTED/ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

68. Bamgbose O and Olomola O (2015) The Dynamics of Street Law & Community Awareness- Revisiting the Syllabus of Clinical Education in Nigeria. Accepted on January 23 2015 for publication in (2015) Vol 1 Zambian Open University Law Journal.

69. Tafita Folake and Bamgbose Oluyemisi (2015) Access to Justice for Reproductive and Sexual Health Rights of Women through Faculty of Law based Legal Clinics. Paper presented at the 8th Worldwide Global Alliance for Justice Education Conference in Eskisehir, Turkey 22 -28 July 2015. Submitted in the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice on 26 August 2015

70. Bamgbose O (2015) Law and Justice. Chapter submitted In Falola Toyin (ed) Culture and Customs of the Yorùbá. (H) ARTICLES ALREADY COMPLETED

71 Bamgbose O (2015) “Give us our Inheritance: Women’s Inheritance and Property Rights” Recommended Links