Senior Fellow, Monash University
Joseph Kikonyogo is a fellow at the Melbourne Law School, where he currently teaches Public International Law in the Juris Doctor Program and coordinates the Jessup Moot.
Joseph has done research at the World Trade Organization in Geneva, and has been a visiting professional at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Joseph is also an advocate of the High Court of Uganda, and he has consulted for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and UNAIDS in Uganda, where he has also been a lecturer for several years.
Joseph holds PhD in International Economic Law (University of Melbourne), and Masters Degrees in International Trade and Investment Law (University of Western Cape), in International Law and the Settlement of Disputes (UN Mandated University for Peace), and in Philosophy (University of Zimbabwe).
Joseph is a member of the Society of International Economic Law and of the African Economic Law Network.