Adekemi Omotubora

Senior Lecturer, University of Lagos

Adekemi Omotubora  is a senior lecturer at the department of Commercial and Industrial Law, University of Lagos where she teaches e-commerce law and law and information technology at the postgraduate level, and intellectual property law and law of banking at the undergraduate level. She holds a PhD (in cybersecurity law) from the University of Leeds, UK, and Master of Law (LLM) in cyberlaw from the same University.

Her core research and writing focus on the intersections of law and emerging technologies, particularly privacy and data protection, cybersecurity and identity management, regulation of artificial intelligence and the gender aspects of digital technologies. Kemi is widely published in national and international journals.

She is the author of ‘How (not) to Regulate Data Processing – Assessing Nigeria’s Data Protection Regulation (NDPR) 2019’. She is co-author of ‘Next Generation Privacy’, currently on the list of the EU parliament’s library reference of selected online reading on artificial intelligence. She is part of the research team working on capacity building to promote data protection compliance in Nigeria at the University of Lagos.

Kemi has spoken at conferences and seminars locally and internationally. She was recently a Nobert Elias senior research fellow at the ZiF Centre of Interdisciplinary Research, University of Bielefeld, Germany, where she worked with the international research group on the Economic and Legal Challenges in the Advent of Smart Products.