Dr Bonginkosi Shozi holds the degrees of Bachelor of Laws (LLB), and Master’s of Laws (LLM) in Constitutional Law, Theory and Human Rights Litigation, and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), all obtained from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
He is currently a postdoctoral research scholar with the Institute for Practical Ethics, at the University of California San Diego. He is also an Honorary Research Fellow at UKZN’s School of Law, affiliated with the Health Law and Ethics Research Interest Group.
Dr Shozi’s conducts research on the legal, ethical and human rights implications of novel technologies. This includes biotechnological innovations — such as CRISPR — as well as assisted reproductive technologies, and pharmaceutical products.