Uché U. Ewelukwa teaches at the University of Arkansas School of Law and is currently a 2003–04 Carnegie Council fellow. She has received many awards for her work, including, in 1993, an Irving R. Kaufman Public Service Fellowship to establish a new human rights organization in Nigeria. More recently, she was granted a fellowship from the Albert Einstein Institution for a study of nonviolent sanctions in Nigeria, focusing on the 1994 oil workers’ strike.
- "Special and Differential Treatment in International Trade Law: A Concept in Search of Content,” North Dakota Law Review 79, no. 4 (2004).
- "Post-Colonialism, Gender and Customary Injustice: Widows in African Societies,” Human Rights Quarterly 24, no. 2 (May 2002).
- "Women and International Economic Law: An Annotated Bibliography,” NAFTA: Law and Business Review of the Americas 8, no. 4 (2002).
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