Barrister Justice Ogoroh is a lawyer by training with professional work experience in Nigeria, UK and USA cutting across legal practice, project management, IT consulting and international development. He also specializes in Intellectual Property with interest in helping businesses to utilize IP management to optimize innovation in business ventures. In the course of his professional experience, Justice Ogoroh has successfully managed multi-million dollar projects, some of which include a suite of health and education projects for UK DFID worth £145 million GBP and IT consulting projects in education worth $24 million USD. Justice Ogoroh is currently a PhD scholar at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada. His research focuses on Intellectual Property. Prior to his current doctoral studies, Justice Ogoroh earned an LLM in Intellectual Property from Franklin Pierce Center for IP Law (University of New Hampshire Law School USA), LLM in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law from the University of Strathclyde, UK and an LL.B from University of Benin in Nigeria. He was licensed in 2005 to practice law in Nigeria. Justice Ogoroh is the recipient of numerous scholarship awards, including the John Graham Fellowship at Osgoode Hall Law School, CIGI ILRP Scholarship and University of New Hampshire Graduate Scholarship.