Joseph Isanga joined the University of Tulsa College of Law as a Visiting Associate Professor of Law. He previously taught at Southern University Law Center and Concordia University School of Law. Prior to that he was an Associate Professor of Law at Ave Maria School of Law. He also served as a guest scholar at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame, a visiting professor at the University of Padua (Italy) Scuola Galileiana Di Studi Superiori, as well as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Civil and Human Rights. He teaches Torts, Corporate Law, Agency and Partnership, Secured Transactions, Contracts, Bankruptcy, International Business Transactions, International Law, Professional Responsibility, and Jurisprudence, among other courses. His scholarship and published works focus on international law and human rights. His studies examine cutting-edge issues in international law as well as rule of law in developing countries, with a specific focus on Africa. He received his bachelor’s (first-class and top-of-class) degree in laws from Makerere University School of Law in Uganda, a diploma in post-graduate law practice from Law Development Centre in Uganda, and a Master of Laws and Juridical Sciences Doctorate from University of Notre Dame Law School, both summa cum laude.
International law and international human rights with particular focus on the rights of women, development, democracy and the rule of law in Africa.
Torts, Corporate Law, Agency and Partnership, Secured Transactions, Contracts, Bankruptcy, International Business Transactions, International Law, Professional Responsibility, International Human Rights, Jurisprudence
- Basic Corporate Law