Faculty postgraduate student
University of the Western Cape
|Nnenna Joy Eboh|
Bio in brief
Nnenna Joy Eboh is an advocate of Nigeria’s Supreme Court, a fellow of the Barak Obama Young African Leaders Initiative, and a research fellow at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), where she coordinates the Investment and Sustainable Development module. She has published extensively in her specialised areas of legal pluralism, human rights and information technology.
Eboh has been active in the Global Action on Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence, which is powered by the Council of Europe, as well as the UNODC Training of Trainers workshops on cybercrime. She was Lead Coordinator, Information Technology Law training workshop and seminar series at NIALS. She was also the North-Central supervisor on Gaps in Cloud Computing, a NIALS/Microsoft West Africa project and lead discussant at the NIALS/University of Cape Town partnership on Energy Deficit in Nigeria. At NIALS, she has been a Special Assistant to the Director General, Secretary (North-Central) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act Judicial Training in Kaduna State, and Chief Secretary of the NIALS/MacArthur Foundation Training for judicial officers in Imo.