Memme Onwudiwe, a Harvard Law School lecturer, is fascinated by legal issues around AI, space technologies, and innovation on the African continent.
Onwudiwe helped to build Evisort, an AI company, from the Harvard Innovation Lab while in Law School and serves as Executive Vice President of Legal and Business Intelligence. He also founded/chaired Harvard’s Legal Technology Symposium and is on the advisory board of Innovation Law Club Africa.
His article “Africa and the Artemis Accords: A Review of Space Regulations and Strategy for African Capacity Building in the New Space Economy” was published in a peer-reviewed Journal on Space Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Onwudiwe spoke on a high-level panel at the 2021 National Space Society’s International Space Development Conference and was a speaker for the Summer Workshop on Teaching Space (SWOTS), a program developed by faculty at the Air Command and Staff College to train graduate students interested in space pedagogy.
As a student at Harvard Law, Onwudiwe served as president of the Harvard African Law Association and co-editor-in-chief of Harvard Kennedy School’s Africa Policy Journal, where he met and interviewed leaders from across the continent including H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana, and H.E. Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria. Onwudiwe earned his bachelor’s degree at Ohio Wesleyan University and his J.D. at Harvard Law School. His areas of interest include law and technology, international law, and space law.
Guest Memme Onwudiwe was a speaker at July’s NALA 2022 Conference & Expo delivering a presentation titled “Corporate Paralegals in the Age of Contract AI.” It’s an exciting topic as the role...
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