Emmanuel is co/module leader for International Carriage of Goods (LLM module), Public International Law, and International Trade (LLB modules). He also teaches on the Torts and International European and Comparative Law modules for undergraduates. Emmanuel is equally a personal tutor and member of different research hubs at NTU.
He is a PhD in Law candidate at The University of Manchester, set to complete his viva later this year. His thesis centres around proposing an ‘Ecosystem First’ approach to public procurement decision-making within the framework of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement. Emmanuel completed his LLM in International Economic Law at The University of Warwick, with his dissertation focusing on sovereign debt crisis and debt restructuring in Africa.
He has work experience in both the public and private sectors, and has served as a researcher on numerous projects which include: the rehabilitation of the Manchester Town Hall project worth £320 million (ASPECT and F+G), and a UK Trade Skills Audit Survey Project sponsored by ESRC. Considering his background in both Civil and Common Law, Emmanuel has contributed as a research assistant to a comparative study on the concept of ‘recours’ in private law. Prior to commencing his doctoral studies, Emmanuel worked briefly as a Human Rights/Programme Officer for the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA), Cameroon, where he equally contributed towards the implementation of the NGO’s humanitarian assistance plan.
UK Trade Skills Audit Survey - University of Manchester (ESRC)
EE Bechem - Corruption in Cameroon: Public Perception on the Role and Effectiveness of the Different Anti-Corruption Agencies.
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