Ndjodi is currently pursuing the DPhil in Law student at Linacre College as a Daube Law Scholar. Ndjodi previously completed the BCL as a Rhodes Scholar, and the MSc in Criminology at Oxford University with five distinctions including the dissertation, as well as an LLB and a B.Juris from the University of Namibia. At present, Ndjodi serves as an Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal and is Research Officer for Oxford Pro Bono Publico. Ndjodi has co-authored a book on Pre-Trial Criminal Procedure Law in Namibia and published various peer-reviewed articles. He has previously worked for the Law Reform and Development Commission in Namibia and has completed a month-long clerkship at the Constitutional Court of South Africa. He is currently the President of the Oxford University Africa Society.
Human Rights (social and economic rights)
Public International Law
Criminal Justice (Sentencing)