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Kikelomo Oluwaseun Kila

Postgraduate Teaching Assistant

Kikelomo is a current Doctoral Researcher focusing on Climate Change, Renewable Energy and Corporate Regulation in Developing Countries. She obtained her Bachelors in Law from the University of Buckingham in 2009 and proceeded to obtain an LLM in Oil and Gas Law from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in 2012.

She received full sponsorship from the Petroleum Technology Development Fund to undertake her Doctoral research in Climate Change and Renewable Energy Law at the University of Exeter. She is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigera. She is also a Senior Reseacrh Consultant (Policy, Consultation and Legislative Drafting) to the Constitution Review Committee of the Nigerian Senate.

  

Research interests

 

Kikelomo's research examines the legal and regulatory frameworks developing countries can adopt to ensure corporations actively participate in climate change mitigation in these countries. It challenges the entrenched concept of Responsive Regulation as the appropriate regulatory approach to tackle corporate non-involvement in environmental and social governance in developing countries and argues in favour of a problem-based regulatory approach with facilitative instruments built upon an interventionist foundation by governments in developing countries.

Kikelomo has published materials and a book chapter in recognised journals and has presented papers at academic conferences in the United Kingdom and Canada.

 

Other Areas of Research Interests are as follows-

Climate Change Law and Policy

Renewable Energy Law

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/ Regulation

Environmental and Social Governance in Developing Countries

 

 

 

External impact and engagement

 

CONFERENCES/PRESENTATIONS 

Kikelomo Kila, O. Osuji, ‘Green Bonds: A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Climate Change Mitigation in Developing Countries’, (Energy Policy & Law Workshop: Consumers, Citizens and Communities, University of Exeter 14 April 2016).

Kikelomo Kila, ‘Regulating Corporate Participation in Renewable Energy and Climate Change Projects: ‘Dilute Interventionism’ as a Legal Paradigm’, (Energy & Environment in the 21st Century Conference, University of Calgary, Canada, 20 October 2017).

Kikelomo Kila, ‘Career Opportunities in the Oil and Gas Sector: Prospects & Challenges’, International Law Week, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, 9 February, 2017

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