Godswill is a Lecturer at Essex Law School and currently completing his PhD. He was a Visiting Research Scholar in 2019 at the University of Houston Law Center (UHLC), Texas, United States. Godswill's PhD research explores the extent to which the principles embedded in the energy justice framework can be deployed as a strategic tool for addressing some aspects of Nigeria's energy problems, including the articulation of providing just energy systems. His prior work experience includes practicing as a lawyer following his qualification as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria in 2012, working as a research assistant to the Attorney-General & Commissioner for Justice, Edo State, Nigeria, and serving as a peer reviewer for the Journal of African Law (Cambridge University Press), and Commonwealth Law Bulletin (Routledge). Godswill received a Master of Laws (LLM), Oil and Gas Law, 2014, University of Aberdeen, UK, and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), 2010, Madonna University, Nigeria. He is presently a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and Society of Legal Scholars (SLS).
Higher Education Academy,
University of Aberdeen,
Nigerian Law School,
University of Essex
Sessional Law Tutor,
University of Essex International College (2/9/2019 - 16/8/2021)
University of Essex (28/1/2019 - 30/4/2020)