Sibo Banda is a graduate of University College Cork, University of Warwick, and University of Malawi. He lectures in the area foreign investment law and policy, administrative law and contract law and his research interest lies in the areas of foreign investment law and policy, African law and civil public 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.
|2012||Banda, Sibo (2012) 'Farm Workers on Private Agriculture Land Holdings: A Pathway to the Common Settlement of a SADC Land Issue' In: Ben Chigara (ed)(Eds.). The SADC Land Issues: A New, Sustainable Land Relations Policy. Abingdon : Routledge (A Taylor Francis Group). [Full-Text]|
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2009||Banda, Sibo (2009) 'Taking Indirect Horizontality Seriously in Ireland: A Time to Magnify the Nuance'. Dublin University Law Journal, 31 :263-297. [Full-Text]|
|2006||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. [Full-Text]|