Dr. Alero T. Akujobi has her University education at the Bendel State University, Ekpoma in 1985 where she obtained Bachelor of Law (LL.B) and was called to Bar (B.L) in 1989. She obtained her Masters in Law (LL.M) in 1985 and a Ph.D degree in law from Delta State University in 2008. Dr. Akujobi was among the pioneering lecturers in the Faculty of Law, Delta State University where she lectured for over 10 years and occupied several positions at the management levels. She is a seasoned and sound academic with several publications to her credit. She joined the service of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in 2015 where she is presently the Dean of the Faculty of Law. She is happily married and blessed with children.
- To oversee the smooth running of academic and administrative activities of Faculty of Law
- Prepare students for graduation
- Implement Senate Decisions and Policies
- Responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for day to day academic and administrative activities of Faculty of Law.
- Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria: A case for Adequate Compensation for Victim of Crime
- Hire Purchase as a Model for Consumer Credit Law in Nigeria
- Akujobi, A.T (2009). “An Examination of Settlement of Trade Dispute under the Nigeria Labour Law” Ambrose Alli University Law Journal. Vol.1 No.1, pp 108-122.
- Akujobi, A.T, (2013). “The Treatment of the Victim of Crime in Nigeria A Critical Analysis” in Law Motion: Nurturing Democracy and Development in honour of Justice Kate Abiri, Lagos: Malhouse Press; pp 261-283
- Akujobi, A.T, (2013). “The Phenomenom of Child Soldier: Examining the Legal Framework for its Regulation” 11 Nigerian Law & Practice Journal, 83 Publication of Council of Legal Education/ Nigerian Law School.
- AKUJOBI, A.T (2015). “Gender Issues and Transformation in Nigeria”in Current Issues in Nigeria Law Published by NOUN Lagos Vol. 5, pp.39
• Member, Nigerian Bar Association
• Member, Nigerian association of Law Teachers
• Member, International Bar Association
• Member, International Federation of Female Lawyers