Friday, 10 May 2013

A warm welcome to two new blog team members

Readers may have noticed that a couple of fresh names have appeared beneath recent Afro-IP blogposts, though neither of the persons concerned has yet been properly welcomed.  

Afro Leo is pleased to welcome Caroline Ncube, who teaches and researches IP issues at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and Isaac Rutenberg, who directs CIPIT in Kenya.  These two bright stars on the IP firmament, both holders of doctorate degrees, both have a great deal to contribute to our understanding of both the theory and the practice of intellectual property law in Africa. 

We wish Caroline and Isaac well in their task of sharing their thoughts with our critical and occasionally contrary readership in the blogosphere.

1 comment:

Ifeoma Okorie said...

Welcome to the new blog team members. I met Caroline at the 2012 WIPO Summer School on IP and Technology Transfer held in South Africa. She is one of the best!