Dr Dominic Npoanlari Dagbanja is a Lecturer in Law at The University of Western Australia Law School. He previously worked at The University of Manchester Law School in the United Kingdom as a Research Associate and Graduate Teaching Assistant at The University of Auckland Law School in New Zealand. He practiced law with the corporate and commercial law firm of Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah and was a Senior Legal Officer at the Public Procurement Authority both in Accra, Ghana. He was also a Senior Intern at International Law Institute in Washington DC. Dr Dagbanja has published extensively on international investment law and public procurement law in peer-review journals and yearbooks, including in: Transnational Legal Theory, The Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, African Journal of International and Comparative Law, Journal of African Law and Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy. Dr Dagbanja is the author of The Law of Public Procurement Law in Ghana (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011).
His teaching and research are into Company Law, International Investment Law and Arbitration, Transnational Business Law and Public Procurement Law and Policy. He holds the degrees of BA (Hons), University of Ghana; LLB (Hons), University of Ghana; Qualifying Certificate and Certificate of Enrolment on the Roll of Lawyers, Ghana School of Law; LLM in Transnational Business Practice, University of the Pacific, USA; LLM in Government Procurement Law, The George Washington University, USA; and PhD in Law, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.