Currently enrolled as a PhD student at CEPMLP conducting research on mining and investment law
Abdoul Karim Kabèlè Camara
- PhD Title:
- 'Linking Mining and Infrastructures Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Towards a Collaborative Framework for Shared Use of Rails and Ports Facilities for Minerals and Non-Minerals Activities'.
Abdoul Karim Kabèlè Camara is a lawyer by profession, holding an LLB degree in Business Law from the University of Ougadougou (Burkina Faso), an LLM degree (Diplome d’ Etude Approfondie - DEA) in Private Law from the University of Cheikh Anta Diop (Senegal) and an LL.M degree in African Business Community Law from the University of Bouake through the Institute of African Community Law (Ivory Coast) (with Distinction); awarded in 2005, 2006 and 2009 respectively.
After completing these degrees, he worked at their family law firm in Guinea, Conakry where he developed a keen interest in the area of energy, mining and petroleum law. He has since completed a dual degree at the University of Dundee, Scotland through the Centre for Energy, Petroleum Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), namely an LLM in Mineral Law and Policy and an LLM in Petroleum Taxation and Finance (with Distinction) awarded during June 2012.
He is currently enrolled as a PhD student at CEPMLP conducting research on mining and investment law. Despite his full time studies, Abdoul remains an active member of their family law firm, providing consultancy services on mining and petroleum matters and was also recently appointed in a similar consultancy capacity at Capitol Law practice in Kampala, Uganda.