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Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Juba

Joseph holds Doctor of Laws (LLD), University of Pretoria, Master of Laws (LLM) in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (HRDA),–with distinction–University of Pretoria and Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Busoga University, Uganda. He is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Juba, South Sudan. Joseph has over 10 years of professional career working with international organisations on issues of governance, child rights and human rights advocacy. He has published several journal articles and book chapters on constitutionalism, good governance, transitional justice, constitution building and human rights. He is also a Fellow of the Next Generation Social Science in Africa.


  • 2022–present
    Adjunct assistant professor, University of Juba


  • 2022 
    University of Pretoria, Doctor of Laws (LLD)


  • 2020
    Rethinking transitional justice in South Sudan: Critical perspectives on aspects of justice and reconciliation, International Journal of Transitional Justice
  • 2020
    Exacerbated inequalities: Implications of COVID-19 for the socio-economic rights of women and children in South Sudan, African Human Rights Law Journal
  • 2019
    Africa’s democratic deficit: The role of the diaspora in bridging the gap between citizens and government, Global Campus Human Rights Journal


LLD, LLM (Pretoria), LLB, (BGU, Uganda)