Enyinnaya Uwadi is an associate editor at Concurrences, based in London. He is also a Commonwealth Doctoral Scholar in Competition Law and Emerging Markets of sub-Saharan Africa at the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. His professional work experience cuts across Nigeria and the United Kingdom where he has worked with reputable organisations, including Hogan Lovells International LLP and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. Enyinnaya is among the rising stars of African Competition Law and has consulted for local and international clients. He has also published several articles in reputable international journals, of which three were shortlisted for the Antitrust Writing Awards in 2020 and 2022. He is a member of the UK Centre for Competition Policy, ABA Section on Antitrust Law, Commonwealth Lawyers Association, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Competition Law Committee of the NBA Section on Business Law, and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK. Enyinnaya is a recipient of numerous awards which include the Commonwealth Scholarship, University of East Anglia PhD Scholarship, Roehampton University International Excellence Scholarship, and the Niger Delta Development Commission Foreign Postgraduate Scholarship.
Challenges of competition regulation of state conducts in emerging economies: A comparative review of the case in EU, China, and NigeriaEnyinnaya Uwadi, 6 August 2021
A Critique of The Nigerian Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act (Fccpa) 2019Enyinnaya Uwadi, LLM Candidate in International Commercial Law with Competition Law and Regulation
Challenges to the Implementation of Competition Law in Nigeria: Lessons from South AfricaEnyinnaya Uwadi, LLM Candidate in International Commercial Law with Competition Law and Regulation
Commonwealth PhD Scholarship
University of East Anglia PhD. Studentship.
Niger Delta Development Commission Foreign Postgraduate Scholarship.