Erebi D. Ndoni
Ph.D, Law, University of Dundee, Scotland
Assistant Professor & Interim Chair, Public International Law
She is a dynamic legal professional with expertise cutting across the energy, International trade and dispute management sectors. She has a penchant for sustainable development especially in developing economies. She started off her career in litigation with AG Partners, a Law firm in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Her passion to impart knowledge led to her taking up a role to lecture Diploma Law students at the Bayelsa College of Arts and Science, Nigeria. She subsequently had a stint at Tax Consulting with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs in Scotland.
Thereafter she joined Century Energy Services Limited, an indigenous oil servicing company as the Company Secretary and Senior Legal Counsel. She also worked as a consultant with HEE Energy Consulting.
She is one of the Course developers and Facilitator at the AUN-UNFPA course on Gender Based Violence in Emergencies (GBViE) piloted in November 2019. She also serves as the Interim Chair of the Public International Law Department at the School of Law.
- Nigerian Legal System
- Law of Torts
- International Trade
- Society of International Economic Lawyers
- International Bar Association
- Nigerian Bar Association
- Society of Petroleum Engineers