Today: Sunday 13 June 2021 , 2:00 am


advertisment
search


Nkemdilim Izuako

Last updated 15 Day , 18 hour 6 Views

Advertisement
In this page talks about ( Nkemdilim Izuako ) It was sent to us on 28/05/2021 and was presented on 28/05/2021 and the last update on this page on 28/05/2021

Your Comment


Enter code
 
Nkemdilim Amelia Izuako is a Nigerian judge. Since 2009, she has been one of the three judges on the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (UNDT).
Izuako received her law degree from the University of Ife. She has taught law at Nnamdi Azikiwe University and at the Gambia Technical Institute.
Izuako became a judge in 1998 when she was appointed to the courts of Anambra State; she later was appointed to the High Court of Nigeria, where she served until 2003 . From 2004 to 2006, she served as a judge on the High Court and the Court of Appeal of Gambia. In 2006, she was appointed to the High Court of Solomon Islands; she was the first female judge on the courts of the Solomon Islands. In each of these jurisdictions, and as a judge of a court of general jurisdiction, she handled labour and administrative law matters. Before moving to Solomon Islands, Justice Izuako worked for more than two decades in the Nigerian judiciary, including working with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to put together a Judicial Ethics Training Manual for the Nigerian judiciary.
In 2009, she was appointed as a judge of the UNDT. At the UNDT, she is based in Nairobi, Kenya. The tribunal, which is located in Nairobi, New York and Geneva, works to improve the UN's system of dealing with internal grievances and disciplinary cases.
Nkem who sees herself as an advocate for women's rights and development assisted in mentoring legal professionals in Solomon Islands and helped to develop their potential to hold high judicial office.
Outside the courtroom, Justice Izuako worked to assist social development by mobilising local women to form the Honiara Women's Initiative, which undertakes micro-projects for the economic and social empowerment of women and girls.

See also

  • First women lawyers around the world
  • "Case study: Breaking new ground in Solomon Islands’ judiciary", Country report: Spotlight on Solomon Islands, thecommonwealth.org, 2010-03-30

  • Category:Living people
    Category:Nigerian expatriates in Kenya
    Category:Nigerian judges
    Category:Nigerian judges on the courts of the Gambia
    Category:Nigerian judges on the courts of the Solomon Islands
    Category:United Nations Dispute Tribunal judges
    Category:Nigerian women judges
    Category:Obafemi Awolowo University alumni
    Category:Nnamdi Azikiwe University faculty
    Category:Nigerian judges of United Nations courts and tribunals
    Category:Year of birth missing (living people)
     
    Comments

    There are no Comments yet




    last seen
    Most vists