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Director General

Professor Dr. Robert J. Munro

Professor Dr. Robert J. Munro is the Director General of the International Centre for Technology & Contemporary Laws (ICTCL) and Director of Economic & International Financial Crimes, Cybersecurity & Compliance Programmes.

Professor Dr. Robert J. Munro is an expert on International Financial Crimes, Compliance and International Law.

Professor Dr. Was an Adjunct Professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of law. Dr. Munro holds two Master’s Degrees from University of Iowa and University of Louisiana and a PhD from University of Florida. He has done further studies at University of Cambridge, Oxford University and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London. He is the author of thirty-five published books including the five-volume Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture and International Financial Crimes, the three-volume Cybercrime and Security, the three-volume Tax Havens of the World, and the nine volume International Trusts, Law and Analysis. Dr. Munro was the Co-Director of the Centre for International Financial Crimes Studies at the University of Florida and a Senior Research Fellow and Director of Research for North America of CIDOEC at Jesus College, Cambridge University. His expertise is concentrated on International Financial Crimes, Organized Crime and Compliance and he has addressed audiences at Cambridge University, the University of Florida, the University of London, the CIA and the U.S. State Department. He has created, organized and chaired over 20 conferences on these topics in Miami, Aruba, Curacao, the Bahamas, Washington, D.C., New York City and San Francisco.

Deputy Director General (Training)

Dr. Dionysios Demetis

Professor Dr. Dionysios Demetis, is the Deputy Director General (Trainning) and Co-Director of International Financial Crimes, Cybersecurity & Compliance Programmes. He is a leading international expert on Internet security.

Professor Dr. Dionysios Demetis has a PhD on Anti-Money Laundering and Information Systems from the London School of Economics where he has been teaching over a number of years in classes on Information Systems Management, Information Systems Security, and Methodology for research.

A former Physicist by background, he is currently a Research Fellow and member of the Scientific Board of the Geolab Institute of the Ionian University in Corfu. He is the author of two books: one on AML entitled ‘Technology and Anti-Money Laundering: A Systems Theory and Risk-Based Approach’ published by Edward Elgar, and another one on Methodology and the Philosophy of Science, entitled ‘Science’s First Mistake’, published by Bloomsbury. An author of numerous journal publications, his work on Anti-Money Laundering has been featured at the select-bibliography of the United Nations IMOLIN network, he is the recipient of the Highly Commended Emerald Award from the Journal of Money Laundering Control for his work on ‘Information Growth and its implications for Anti-Money Laundering’ and he has researched for large-scale AML projects Spotlight and GATE for the EU while at the London School of Economics.

He has carried out extensive research for the Future of Identity in the Information Society (FIDIS),a Network of Excellence consisting of 20 European Universities and industry partners like Microsoft and IBM. He has provided a large number of research contributions to the deliverables submitted to the European Union in the topics of: Biometrics, Identity Management, Profiling, Virtual Persons, Avatars, and has reviewed journal publications and submissions for the European Conference on Information Systems, the European Journal of Information Systems, the International Conference on Information Systems, the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, etc.

Deputy Director General (Research & Development)

Professor Dr. Feyi-Sobanjo, O. T.

Professor Dr.  Feyi-Sobanjo  is the Deputy Director General (Research & Development) of the Centre and Director of Information Technology & Telecommunications Law Programmes.
Professor Dr. Feyi-Sobanjo is an expert in Information Technology & Telecommunications Law. He holds an LLM in IT & Telecommunications Law from University of Strathclyde-UK, a JSD (PhD) in E-Commerce and Technology Law from Thomas Jefferson School of Law-USA and a Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution from University of Georgia, USA.

Professor Dr. Feyi-Sobanjo establishes the first International Research and Training Centre for Information Technology & Contemporary Laws (IRTC-ITCL), in Africa at Lagos, Nigeria in 2005.

Among others, Professor Dr. Feyi-Sobanjo, is:
• A former Member of the International Technology Lawyers Association-USA and a Member of its e-commerce and data protection committees.
• A Co-Founder and Current President of Technology Law Society of Nigeria.
• A former member of the International Association of IT Lawyers, Denmark.
• A Member of Institute of Arbitration & Mediation of Australia
• A Co-Founder and Chairman of Technology Law Development Company Nigeria Limited.

Research/Teaching Interests:

His research/teaching interests include: legal and security issues in electronic transactions, consumer protection, contract formation, competition law, e-commerce taxation prohibitions and exceptions in electronic transactions/signature legislations, electronic banking; jurisdictions in electronic environment; e-governance, privacy and data protection in electronic environment and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

He has carried out extensive research on electronic will creation, legal challenges to electronic banking,  security issues in electronic transaction, competition law, consumer protection, privacy and data protection in electronic environment and e-contracting.
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