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Ndjodi Ndeunyema

Namibia, 2014

Ndjodi Ndeunyema
  • Current Place of Residence: Windhoek, Namibia

  • University: University of Namibia

  • Current/Recent Course: Bachelor of Arts in Law (2011)/Bachelor of Laws (Current)

Other information: Ndjodi is completing his LLB and graduated as the Best Overall Student for his B Juris at the University of Namibia (UNAM). He holds a certificate in Human Rights Implementation from the University of Lucerne in Switzerland and was awarded Best Overall Participant. Ndjodi was part of the UNAM team in international moot courts, winning the African Human Rights Moot Anglophone category. He is working as a Research Intern for the Law Reform and Development Commission of Namibia. Ndjodi is a student tutor for Law of Property at UNAM, is co-founder and Managing Editor of the UNAM Law Review - a student-run academic law journal, and has published in the peer- reviewed journals. Ndjodi enjoys agricultural activities, singing in choirs, chess and football. Ndjodi is also a lifelong member of the Student Christian Movement of Namibia. He hopes to contribute to the improvement constitutional law, human rights, and criminal justice legal systems through academia and practicing law.