Lecturer,
University of Johannesburg

 

Areas of Expertise
Climate Change, Global Governance, Green/Sustainable Energy, Human Trafficking, International Law, Millennium Development Goals, Oceans and Law of the Sea, Poverty and Inequality, Sustainable Development, Transitional Justice, United Nations

Region of Focus
Sub-Saharan Africa

Background
Mr. Jentley Lenong joined the University of Johannesburg, faculty of law in July of 2012 as a lecturer. Before then he was attached to the University of Stellenbosch, where he also obtained the degrees BA (Law), LLB and LLM (cum laude). Mr. Lenong is also a PhD researcher focusing on shared natural resources in the Southern African Development Community. His primary research interest is in the field of International Law, statecraft, state cybersecurity and natural resources law.

Recent Publications

Transconstitutionalism and democratic legitimacy as dilemmas of regionalism in Germany and South Africa; J Lenong in Transnational impacts on law: perspectives from South Africa and Germany, 2017

Recent ACUNS Activity

Panelist at ACUNS 2019 Annual Meeting Workshop, Stellenbosch

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Updated July, 2019