Garba Ibrahim Malumfashi: Senior Staff and Principal Legal Officer with the Federal Ministry of Environment, Federal Government of Nigeria. Holds Diploma in Shari'ah and Civil Law (Kat-poly); LL.B. Combined Hons. (Common Law and Shari'ah) (BUK, Nigeria); B.L. (Lagos); LL.M. (Petroleum Law and Policy) (CEPMLP, Dundee). Currently, PhD research student at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, UK. Research Area: International Regime on Climate Change (UNFCCC/Kyoto Protocol) and the OPEC.
General areas of interest: International Environmental Law and Policy for Energy and Natural Resources, Dispute Resolution, Investment Arbitration and general Islamic Jurisprudence.
- Environmental and Social Due Diligence Vis-À-Vis Political Risk Insurance: An Assessment of the Role of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA). (published in the OGEL journal (www.ogel.org), OGEL 1 (2004), February 2004)
- State Responsibility In Investment Arbitration: To What Extent is the State Responsible for Contracts Concluded by State Enterprises and Sub-National Authorities? (published in the TDM journal (www.transnational-dispute-management.com), TDM 1 (2005), January 2005)
- Arbitration without Privity and State Party Consent: What Role for the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)?
- Phase-Out of Gas Flaring In Nigeria by 2008: A Prospect of Triple Advantage (?)
- The Imperative of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Sustainable Mining: A Comparative Analysis of the EIA Legal and Institutional Approaches of Nigeria and South Africa
- Sovereignty Over The Bakassi Peninsula: How Weighty Is The Evidence Of "Legal Title" As Against Effectivite? (A Review of the International Court Of Justice Decision in Cameroon Vs Nigeria: Equatorial Guinea Intervening Delivered On 10th October, 2002).
- "Constitutionalisation of the Shari'ah Under the Nigerian Legal System: 1979 to Date -An appraisal Date -An Appraisal
- Is the UK Law on Decommissioning Compatible with International Law?