Ndjodi is currently pursuing a DPhil in Law and is researching on the right to water under the Namibian Constitution and International Law as a Daube Law Scholar at Linacre College, Oxford.

Ndjodi previously completed three Oxford Masters degrees: the MPhil in Law, the BCL and the MSc in Criminology, as a Rhodes Scholar. He also completed an LLB and a B.Juris from the University of Namibia. Ndjodi's MSc Dissertation, which was awarded a distinction, was shortlisted for the top ten John Sunley Prize to celebrate impact and excellence in post-graduate research into penal issues. 

At present, Ndjodi is Research Director for the Oxford Human Rights Hub and serves as a founding Editor of the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal. He is an Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal and was previously a Research Officer with Oxford Pro Bono Publico. Ndjodi has co-authored a book on 'The Law of Pre-Trial Criminal Procedure in Namibia' in 2014.

Ndjodi has served as a Legal Intern at the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights in Tanzania, as Legal Officer with the Law Reform and Development Commission of Namibia, and completed a brief clerkship at the Constitutional Court of South Africa. He was also the 2017-18 President of the Oxford University Africa Society. 

Research projects

Research Interests

Human Rights (social and economic rights)

Public International Law

Criminal Justice (Sentencing)

Competition Law

Research projects