AU Watch values the contribution of a number of Honorary Fellows. Honorary Fellows are awarded to individuals outside the centre, with relevant areas of expertise. They come from a variety of backgrounds for mutual collaboration and benefit with AU Watch policy and programme staff.
His Lordship Momodou S M Jalloh
His Lordship Momodou SM Jalloh is a public international lawyer. His research deals with the intersection between the African Human Rights System, international economic law, especially Ecowas law. He has a continuing research interest in the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights: all aspects of its work, its function, its working methods, as well as its relationship with governments and the International Court of Justice.
Much of Momodous teaching at aims to introduce students to empirical legal research and social science research methods. He also has a specific interest in teaching related to the impact of advice, legal aid, design of legal services and public understanding of the law.