A Namibian by birth, Ndjodi is pursuing an MPhil in Law at Linacre College, with his research looking at the justiciability of socio-economic rights in Namibia under Professor Sandy Fredman. Prior, he completed the BCL and MSc in Criminology and Criminology degrees at Oxford, as a Rhodes Scholar, as well as an LLB from the University of Namibia. He has completed a month long clerkship for Justice Edwin Cameron at the South African Constitutional Court and was involved in the drafting of the Third Amendment to the Namibian Constitution in 2014. At present, he serves as an Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal and is the Vice-President of the Oxford University Africa Society.


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