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Sign up for a one-on-one advising session with Dr. Enga Kameni LLM’10, Manger, Legal Services of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank). Dr. Kameni will be advising in OPIA’s office on October 3rd from 9am -11:30am and from 3:30pm-5pm. Visit “Our Services” page to sign up for an appointment.

Dr. Enga Kameni is Manager, Legal Services of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), Cairo, Egypt. As Manager, Legal Services, he negotiates, structures and documents loan and other transactions where the Bank is a lender, co-lender or borrower. To date, Enga has assisted the Bank in negotiating, structuring and documenting loan transactions of over US$4 billion and has also assisted Afreximbank in negotiating and raising over US$5 billion from multinational banks and international capital markets. He also serves in several of the Bank’s Committees including factoring, forfaiting and intellectual property etc. Prior to joining the African Export-Import Bank, Enga worked as: International Associate, Finance & Capital Markets, Clifford Chance LLP, Paris, France; Legal Advisor, Perenco Oil & Gas, London, UK; and Manager, Tax & Legal Services, Ernst & Young.

Enga holds a master’s degree in corporate law and governance from Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, USA where he was Dean Clarke Scholar, Frank S. Lally Scholar and Harman Fellow. He also holds a doctorate degree in international trade law from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and was a visiting scholar at Stanford Law School. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New York, USA and is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Cameroon. In 2016, he was recognized by the prestigious Crans Montana Forum as a New Leader for Tomorrow.

Dr. Enga is also a visiting lecturer (international trade and investment law) at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, University of the Western Cape, South Africa and LUISS University, Rome, Italy. He has made presentations on legal, trade and development issues in many institutions including: Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, Yale Law School, Trade Policy Center in Africa (TRAPCA), University of California, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, Ateneo Law School, Manila, Philippines, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban, South Africa amongst others.

He will be teaching a course in Law & Development in Africa: Contemporary Issues, Problems and Prospects this fall at Harvard Law School.