October 03, 2007
Contracts Spotlight: Eniola Akindemowo
LL.M, University of London (University College)
LL.B, University of Ife
Grad. Cert. (Higher Education), Monash University
Professor Akindemowo joined the faculty of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego in 2006. She teaches Contracts and E-Commerce.
Professor Akindemowo brings 17 years of teaching th Thomas Jefferson. Immediately before joining Thomas Jefferson, she was a faculty member of the Monash University Faculty of Law in Melbourne Australia, where she was also an Associate Director of the Center for Law in the Digital Economy (CLiDE). She has been the recipient of several competitive research and travel grants.
She enjoys the fact that contracts are deeply rooted in everyday life, and that there is an abundance of material/examples - regular news clips, music, movies, common daily experiences - to use as teaching aids to enliven the classroom. Professor Akindemowo has a particular interest in comparative contractual law, given that she has taught Contracts from the perspectives of the US legal system, the English legal system, and the Australian legal system. Her other areas of interest and expertise are Information Technology Law, Internet Contracting, Payment Systems and E-Commerce.
Professor Akindemowo is the author of several articles that have been published in both student-edited, and peer-reviewed journals. She is the author of the first substantive book on IT law to have been published in Australia, and co-author of another on E-Commerce and the Law.[The be the next feature in the Contracts Prof Blog spotlight, send a note to Meredith Miller.]
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