Dr Nnenna Ifeanyi-Ajufo is a Senior Lecturer of Law and Technology at the Hilary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University. Prior to joining Swansea University, she was a lecturer at the Ghana Campus of Lancaster University where she taught cybercrime, law of tort, intellectual property law and coordinated the dissertation module.
After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) at the University of Abuja in Nigeria in 2005, she attended and graduated from the Nigerian Law School in 2006 and was called to the Nigerian Bar. She obtained the LLM in International Information Technology Law (with Distinction) from the Robert Gordon University in the United Kingdom in 2009 and also obtained a Doctor of Laws Degree (LLD) in International Law from University of Johannesburg, South Africa in 2018. She also has a Postgraduate Certificate in International Academic Practice from Lancaster University in the United Kingdom and recently completed a Master's in African Studies at the University of Ghana. She was recently appointed the Vice-Chair of the African Union Cyber Security Experts Group (AUCSEG) under the auspices of the African Union Commission (AUC).
Nnenna is passionate about human rights, ICTs and development. She is primarily interested in digital rights, law in cyberspace and ensuring access to ICTs through a human rights framework.