Victor Ojeah

Harvard Law School

 

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Post-PhD / Independent Scholar Member
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Victor
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Ojeah
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Harvard Law School
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Sovereign Debt Governance in Africa: Standpoints for Restructuring Mechanisms for Sino Public Debts in Sub-Saharan Africa
 

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Harvard International Law Journal, Harvard International Arbitration Law Students Association, Unveiling Africa Summer Institute, Earthplus Sustainability Network
 

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Victor Ojeah is an LL.M Candidate at Harvard Law School, where his research focuses on the international legal interventions applicable to the looming sovereign debt crisis in Africa.

Prior to Harvard, he practiced in a leading commercial law firm in Nigeria for three years. He is a former Scholar of the African Center of International Criminal Justice and founder of International Law Resource Africa – a platform that provides access to international law scholarship for African law students.

At Harvard, he is Vice President of the International Arbitration Society, Editor of the International Law Journal and the Negotiation Law Review.

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