Ndjodi Ndeunyema Africa 2023

Dr. Ndjodi Ndeunyema is currently a Trainee Solicitor at a London-based law firm, after completing the English Legal Practice Course with Distinction in 2021. He was a Modern Law Review Early Career Research Fellow at the University of Oxford until 2021, which saw him publish his book, Re-Invigorating Ubuntu Through Water: A Human Right to Water Under the Namibian Constitution, with Pretoria University Law Press.

Ndjodi holds a DPhil (PhD) in Law from Oxford University and was awarded the 2021 Professor Surya Subedi Prize for the best Oxford University law doctoral thesis. He further obtained his Master of Philosophy in Law (Research), a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), and a Master’s of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice, while studying as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. His undergraduate law degree is from the University of Namibia.

From 2017 to 2021, he was also Research Director at the Oxford Human Rights Hub and served as a founding editor of the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal, and as an editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal from 2016 to 2019. His scholarship has been published in leading journals, including the Journal of African Law, Michigan Journal of International Law, and Global Journal of Comparative Law. He previously served as a Legal Fellow at the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights in Arusha, Tanzania.