Dr Sibo Banda

Law

Lecturer

New House
308
(+353 1) 708 6630

Biography

Sibo Banda is a graduate of University College Cork (PhD), University of Warwick (LLM) and University of Malawi (LLB). He lectures and researches in the areas of international foreign investment law and policy, African law, administrative law, contract law and constitutional law.

Currently, Dr. Banda, supervises PhD students who are working on research projects focusing on domestic violence among African immigrants in Ireland and international trade law and policy.

He welcomes applications from potential research student who are interested in carrying out research on international foreign investment law and policy, African law and civil public law.   

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2012 'Farm Workers on Private Agriculture Land Holdings: A Pathway to the Common Settlement of a SADC Land Issue'
Banda, Sibo (2012) 'Farm Workers on Private Agriculture Land Holdings: A Pathway to the Common Settlement of a SADC Land Issue' In: The SADC Land Issues: A New, Sustainable Land Relations Policy. Abingdon: Routledge (A Taylor Francis Group). [IR Link] [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2009 'Constitutional Mimicry and Common Law Reform in a Rights-Based Post-Colonial Setting: The Case of South Africa and Malawi'
Banda, Sibo (2009) 'Constitutional Mimicry and Common Law Reform in a Rights-Based Post-Colonial Setting: The Case of South Africa and Malawi'. JOURNAL OF AFRICAN LAW, 53 :142-170 [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'Taking Indirect Horizontality Seriously in Ireland: A Time to Magnify the Nuance'
Banda, Sibo (2009) 'Taking Indirect Horizontality Seriously in Ireland: A Time to Magnify the Nuance'. DUBLIN UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL, 31 :263-297 [IR Link] [Details]
2006 'Land Law Reform: A Comparative Analysis of South Africa's Labour Tenancy Contract and Malawi's Tenant Worker's Contract'
Banda, Sibo (2006) 'Land Law Reform: A Comparative Analysis of South Africa's Labour Tenancy Contract and Malawi's Tenant Worker's Contract'. OXFORD UNIVERSITY COMMONWEALTH LAW JOURNAL, 6 :201-225 [IR Link] [Details]

Conference Publications

  Year Publication
2009 Comparative Approach to the Development and Maturity of the Doctrine of Indirect Horizontality in the Irish Legal System
Banda, Sibo (2009) Comparative Approach to the Development and Maturity of the Doctrine of Indirect Horizontality in the Irish Legal System The Irish Society of Comparative Law Conference, 27-28 February 2009, University of Limerick [Details]
2008 Human Rights and Customary Law
Banda, Sibo (2008) Human Rights and Customary Law 12th Annual Workshop (25-27 August 2008) for African Chief Justices and Senior Judiciary, Trinity College Dublin [Details]
2007 Colonialism and the Contemporary Legal Politics of Jurisdiction: Past Present and Future Colonialism and the Contemporary Legal Politics of Jurisdiction: A Southern Africa Perspective
Banda, Sibo (2007) Colonialism and the Contemporary Legal Politics of Jurisdiction: Past Present and Future Colonialism and the Contemporary Legal Politics of Jurisdiction: A Southern Africa Perspective Fifth Galway Conference on Colonialism, ‘Settler Colonialism’, - NUI Galway, Ireland, 27-30 June 2007 [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
2010
Dr Neil Maddox (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], ‘Gypsies and Human Rights Law’, Law Department - NUIM, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2010
MR PJ White (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], User centric contextual inquiry- Innovating cooking and heating appliances for older adults, Design and Innovation -NUIM, School of Business and Law, Design and Innovation . [Details]
2010
Dr Brian Foley (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], “Who should make decisions about the Constitution – Courts or Legislature?”, Institute of Public Administration, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2010
Professor Brian Donnellan (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], (ii) The Innovation Value Institute – a research perspective, Innovation Value Institute - NUIM, School of Business and Law, Innovation Value Institute . [Details]
2010
Professor Peer Zumbansen (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], “Transnational Legal Pluralism”, York University - Osgoode Hall Law School, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2010
Dr. John Cullen (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], ‘The Sustainability Discourse in Management Theory’, Department of Management - NUIM, School of Business and Law, Department of Management . [Details]
2010
MR Michael Irvine (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], What is Funded International Legal Consultancy?, Matheson Ormsby Prentice, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2010
Dr Fiona Delondras (2010) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], Process-Based Detention without Charge: A Legitimate Tool in Counter-Terrorism?, UCD School of Law, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2009
Dr. John Byrne (2009) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], Statute Law Restatement, Law - NUIM, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]
2009
Dr. Sibo Banda (2009) [Visiting and guest lecturers hosted], The Horizontal Application of Fundamental Rights in Ireland: The Equality Authority v Portmarnock Go, Law - NUIM, School of Business and Law, Law . [Details]