Chukwuebuka Christian Ogbodo is a Final Year Law Student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is the recipient of the First Google Policy Fellowship in Nigeria with a N1.5 Million grant. He is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society, an honour accorded by the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Foundation and a recipient of a scholarship to attend the Hives Global Leadership Summit in the USA. Chukwebuka has also received multiple fellowship awards, is a Unilever Brand Ambassador, and was a Global Semi-Finalist for the Open Society Youth Fellowship Award (USA), 2015. His professional experiences include successfully working with a Tech Start-up firm in Nigeria as a Legal Affiliate and volunteering at the University of Nigeria Law Clinic. During the summer of 2014, Christian worked at one of Nigeria’s foremost commercial law firms — Banwo & Ighodalo, and in 2015, spent the summer working at the biggest law firm in the country—Aluko & Oyebode. At the end of his Summer with Aluko & Oyebode, he gave a presentation titled, "The Economies of The Internet of Things". Beyond technology policies, Christian has a deep interest in energy law, reflected in his membership of the Energy Institute of United Kingdom, The Institute of Energy Law of the Center for American and International Law, Texas, and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK.