‘Damola Adediji


‘Damola Adediji
Ph.D. candidate (Law)


Adedamola (‘Damola) Adediji is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society, under the joint supervision of Professors Jeremy de Beer and Chidi Oguamanam

‘Damola Adediji’s doctoral research focuses on advancing copyright’s socioeconomic goals in Africa through the application of competition/antitrust principles. Using the DAAD Scholarship, he holds a master’s degree in Intellectual Property and Competition Law from the Max Planck Institute’s Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) in Munich, Germany, a jointly administered specialist program by the George Washington University, Technical University of Munich, University of Augsburg, and the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition.  

‘Damola Adediji is a practicing lawyer and has a demonstrated history of advising and representing clients on IP and competition law issues. He has several publications, both in academia and outside. In 2020 he was contacted by The Economist on a story on competition policies in Africa. He loves travelling, dancing, and meeting new people, especially from other cultures. 

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