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Tunde Ogowewo

Dr Tunde Ogowewo

Senior Lecturer

Research interests

  • Law


Dr Ogowewo teaches Corporate Finance Law, Corporate Governance, and Mergers and Acquisitions Law at postgraduate level. He is also a Joint Global Hauser Professor of Law at NYU Law School, New York and Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance at the National University of Singapore. He is recognised as a leading expert on UK takeover law. Judicial citations of his expertise can be found in Meridien Sas [2012] EWHC 87 (Comm) (arbitration); Re Intercontinental Bank [2011] EWHC 605 (Comm); Re Serious Organised Crime Agency [2011] EWHC 175 (QB); Santolina Investment Corp Chancery Division [2007] EWHC 437 (Ch) (proprietary claims); Re Williams [2007] EWHC 1304 (illegality); Re Alamieseyegha [2005] EWHC 2704 (sovereign immunity); and Koroi v. Commissioner of Inland Revenue and Attorney General of the Republic of Fiji [2001] Civil App. 78/2000S (rule of law). His expertise has also been cited by broadsheets including the London Financial Times and the Independent.

Research interests

Dr Ogowewo's research covers the following areas: the regulation of takeovers (mergers and acquisitions), general corporate finance law and Nigerian law.

For more information on his research, visit our research portal.



  •  Company Law
  •  Commercial Law


  •  Legal Issues in Corporate Finance
  •  Regulation of the Conduct of Mergers & Acquisitions