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Post Nominals LLM, BL, LLB, PG Cert.
Biography Jamilu Ibn Mohammed is a third-year PhD student and a part-time faculty member in the Law School at Robert Gordon University.

His doctoral research investigates the design and enforcement of appropriate anti-gas flaring legal and policy regimes and the consideration of an approach that could sustain environmental regulatory compliance.

He takes a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses the fields of law, political science, economic, policy formulation, and socio-legal theories. He is a member of the Socio-legal Studies Association, National Association of Law Teachers Nigeria, Nigerian Bar Association, Energy Institute, Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.

He holds a master’s degree in the Oil and Gas Law that investigated and compared Nigeria’s frameworks for combating gas flaring with that of Norway and lessons Nigeria could learn from Norwegian frameworks.
Research Interests An Investigation of Nigeria's Gas Flaring Legal Regime and the Consideration of an approach that could approve Environmental Regulatory Compliance. Supervised by Dr Leon Moller and Dr Gbenga Oluyemi