Dr. Bolanle Adebola
Dr. Bolanle Adebola is a lecturer in International Commercial Law at the School of Law, University of Reading and a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.
Dr. Bolanle Adebola is a lecturer in International Commercial Law at the School of Law, University of Reading. Her broad research interests lie in various facets of corporate law. For the most part, she focuses on corporate governance, finance and insolvency law. Currently, her research investigates the design of effective corporate rescue systems. Such systems, she believes, should balance the interests of all stakeholders while supporting the preservation of distressed but viable businesses in the economy. Bolanle’s research employs socio-legal, comparative and empirical methods. While contributing to debates in advanced economies, she is also actively involved in the development of effective corporate rescue systems in emerging economies. Bolanle holds an LL.B from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun state, an LL.M from Bangor University, Wales and a Ph. D from University College London. She is called to the Nigerian Bar. She is an academic member of the international and European arms of the global body of insolvency practitioners, INSOL and the Insolvency Lawyers Association (ILA), a member of the Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN), as well as a Chartered Member of the Governance Institute (ICSA). She is a contributing editor of the Encyclopedia of Banking Law (Insolvency Division).