Ohio joined the Law School in February 2016. Ohio specialises in international economic law broadly defined. He is currently researching into the complex interaction of global, national and sub-national economic governance institutions in a fast evolving international economic landscape. He received his PhD in Law from the University of Liverpool in 2015. His thesis was titled ‘Moving from ‘central exclusivity to cooperative federalism in the international economic participation of federal systems: A case study of Nigeria’. Prior to that, he completed his LLM in International Business Law at the University of Hull, UK in 2010. Ohio is also a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.