- Adjunct Professor
- San Francisco
Adjunct Professor Remigius Chibueze is in private practice in Oakland, California specializing in civil litigation involving contract, real estate, business as well as labor and employment disputes. Dr. Chibueze also advises clients on immigration laws and regulations. Additionally, he serves as a consultant to some Nigerian companies with business interests in the United States.Dr. Chibueze teaches Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, SJD Dissertation Seminar, International Investment Law, and International Organizations at Golden Gate University School of Law. Dr. Chibueze has also taught Intellectual Property Survey at John F. Kennedy University School of Law. He has published academic works in International Law, International Commercial Arbitration and International Criminal Law. His research areas include International Law, International Trade, International Criminal Law, Human Rights Law, Arbitration, Business Associations, and Intellectual Property Law. Also, Dr. Chibueze serves as Special Rapporteur and a regular presenter at the Regional Meeting of the American Society of International Law held concurrently with the Annual Fulbright Symposium on Current International Legal Issues at Golden Gate University School of Law. Professor Chibueze also serves as a member on several SJD students' Dissertation Committee.Professor Chibueze holds an LLB (JD equivalent) from University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria, LLM from University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and LLM in Intellectual Property Law and SJD in International Legal Studies from Golden Gate University School of Law. Professor Chibueze is a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and a member of the State Bar of California.