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Associate Professor & Dean
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Lecturer & Head, Private Law Department
Lecturer & Head, Economic Law Department
Lecturer & Ag Head, Public Law Department
Emeritus Professor
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Prof Issa Shivji
Emeritus Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Prof John Kabudi
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
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Associate Professor & DVC-Academic
Senior Lecturer
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Dr. Evaristo Emmanuel Longopa

Dr Evaristo Emmanuel Longopa is a lecturer at the Private Law Department. Dr Longopa joined the School in 2008. He is currently the Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies since 2014. Dr Longopa holds a Bachelor of Law degree (LL. B-2007), Master of Law degree (LL.M-2009) and Doctor of Philosophy degree (Ph.D-2014) of the University of Dar es Salaam. In 2009, Dr Longopa also received a Certificate of International Trade and Development with Distinction from the Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa (TRAPCA)- a joint programme for the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) and Lund University.

Dr Longopa is an external examiner to Ruaha Catholic University, Iringa from 2015-18. He is also an external examiner to Moshi Cooperative University from 2017 to date. Dr. Longopa has been engaged as a reviewer of proposed Law Programmes for Tanzania Commission for Universities from 2015 to date. He is an Advocate, Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths. He is a member of Tanganyika Law Society and East Africa Law Society; Bar Associations for Tanzania mainland and East African Countries respectively. Dr Longopa specialises in Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Banking Law and East African Community Law. He may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Publications

Dr Longopa has the following publications;

  • The Dilemma of the Intersect between National and International Legal Regulation of Outstanding Universal Value Properties: A Case Study of the Selous Game Reserve, Eastern Africa Law Review, Vol. 42, No. 2 (forthcoming).
  • Cracking Down Criminality and Erosion of Banker’s Confidentiality Obligation in Tanzania, Eastern Africa Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 2 (2014), pp.1-31. (Published in 2016).
  • Eroding Banker’s Confidentiality Obligations through Cracking down Criminality in Tanzania, The Open University Law Journal (ISSN 1821 5327), Vol. 6, No. 1(March 2015), pp. 36-59.
  • Climate Change in EAC: Addressing the Local Communities’ Rights through Constitutions, Nyerere Law Journal, Vol. 1, Issue No.1 (2014), pp1-34.
  • Undermined Democracy in Tanzania: An Examination of Political Financing Legal Regime  The Law Reformer Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1(2011), pp.60-82.

Research/Consultancy Reports

  • Legal Review Note On the Re-Alignment of the Boundaries of the Kilombero Game Controlled Area”, KILORWEMP & MNRT, 2016.
  • Legal Consultancy on the Impacts of Changing Seeds and Plant Breeders’ Rights Laws on the Farmer Managed Systems in Tanzania, the African Centre for Biosafety (ACB) and Tanzania Alliance for Biodiversity (TABIO), May-June 2014.                 

Supervision

Dr Longopa is currently supervising two PhD students. Details of their titles are found below;

 

  • Joseph Jerome Muna, Affordability of Mortgage Financed Housing in Tanzania: A study of the Legal and Practical Aspects
  • Vincent Mtavangu, Assessment on Implementation of the Polluter Pays Principle by Environmental Enforcement Agencies to Corporate Bodies in Tanzania.

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