Eki Omorogbe

Eki OmorogbeLecturer

Email: eki.omorogbe@le.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)116 223 1048

Personal details

  • LLB (Warwick)
  • BL ( Nigeria)
  • LLM ( London)
  • PhD (Kent)

Before joining Leicester in August 2007, I taught Law at the University of Kent. I have also worked in the City of London in commercial insurance, and have practised Law in Nigeria. I am also founder and co-chair of the International Law and Policy in Africa Network (ILPAN)



  • International Law
  • Law of Torts


  • Current Trends in International Law
  • General Principles of International Law
  • Law of Armed Conflict


  • ‘The African Union, the Boko Haram crisis and violence against women’ 2017 (2) Ragion Pratica (forthcoming)
  • ‘The African Union and the International Criminal court: What to do with Non-Party Heads of State?’ in H.J. van der Merwe and Gerhard Kemp (eds.) International Criminal Justice in Africa, 2016 (Konrad Adenauer Stiftung/Strathmore University Press, 2017)
  • The African Union, Responsibility to Protect and the Libyan crisis (2012) 59(2) Netherlands International Law Review 141-163.
  • A Club of Incumbents? The African Union and Coups d’État (2011) 44 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 123-154.
  • Can the African Union Deliver Peace and Security (2011) 16(1) Journal of Conflict and Security Law 35-62.

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