Muna Ndulo

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Muna Ndulo "is an authority on African legal systems, human rights, constitutions, election monitoring, international development, and legal aspects of foreign investments in developing countries. After receiving his LL.B. from University of Zambia, and LL.M. from Harvard Law School Dr. Ndulo was Public Prosecutor for the Zambian Ministry of Legal Affairs. He was Dean of University of Zambia School of Law, and from 1986-1996 served the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law. From 1992 to 1994 he was Political Adviser to the U.N. Mission in South Africa. He joined Cornell Law School's faculty in 1996, and has continued to advise U.N. Missions in East Timor and Kosovo. He teaches international organizations and human rights institutions; the legal aspects of foreign investment in developing countries; and the common law and African legal systems. He is also Director of Cornell University's Institute for African Development." [1]

  • Oxford University, Trinity College, 1973-1977, D. Phil.


  • January 2004 - Member Expert Group on "Enhancing Women’s Participation in Electoral Processes in Post-Conflict Countries" United Nations, Advancement of Women Division.
  • August 2003 - Legal Adviser International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES) and Ministry of Justice, Afghanistan Transitional Government.
  • 2003 - Consultant on: Africa Governance Report-2003, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).
  • June 1, 2000 to June 30, 2000 = Legal Adviser, International Foundation for Elections Systems (IFES) and United Nations Mission in Kazoo (UNAMIK), Kazoo.



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