Congratulations to our PhD student Ms Kehinde Olaoye on winning the first prize of The 1st University of Sussex LPS Prize for African Union Law Essay Competition 2018. In addition to cash prize, Kehinde’s essay entitled “To Unite or Perish: A Case for African Union Law” will be published on the website of African Union Law Research Network and she will be invited to present her paper at a workshop/conference of the African Union Law Research Network.
The Competition is launched by the African Union Law Research Network (funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council) and is open to students in African tertiary institutions (of any nationality) and students of African origin in tertiary institutions in the diaspora.
The winners of the Competition were announced on the website of the Network, Twitter (@AfricanUnionLaw), and also in the newsletter of the project.
Kehinde is supervised by Professor Julien Chaisse and co-supervised by Professor Bryan Mercurio.