Ph.D in Law (Kent) 2003, MA (Law and Diplomacy) 1991, LLB (Hons) 1996, BL (Hons) 1999, BA (hons) 1988. Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. Serving legal adviser to the Presidency of Nigeria and a Member, United Nations- Nigerian/Cameroon Mixed Sub-Commission on the Demarcation of the Boundary between Nigeria and Cameroon. Founder and Editor in Chief of The international Lawyer. Gbenga left Canterbury Christchurch University as programme director of Legal Studies and joined Kent Law School in 2005.
Teaching interests Postgraduate: Multinational Enterprises and the Law II, International Commercial Arbitration, International Business Transactions I & II. He also handles seminars on the International Humanitarian Law Module.
Research interests His primary research interests span public and private international law particularly International Courts and Tribunals; Arbitration; international commercial law, Land/Maritime boundary and territorial Disputes, Air and Space Law, and International economic law. Other areas of academic interest include Immigration and Asylum law; constitutional law, criminal justice, Scientific/Technological Issues in Policing.