While at Reading, Enyinnaya delivered a conference paper at the Commercial Law Research Network Nigeria (CLRNN) inaugural conference hosted at the University.
“All the presenters and participants were PhD students, lecturers and experts in their respective fields and I was the only LLM student. The experience was amazing and helped improve my research and public presentation skills.”
In the course of writing his assessments, Enyinnaya developed considerable proficiency in research and academic writing to the extent that he later published some of these essays in reputable international journals. One of the publications was nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards organised by Concurrences and George Washington School of Law.
These publications and research experiences gave Enyinnaya an edge in his PhD scholarship application.
“Working on my LLM dissertation, it became clear to me that my topic needed to be explored further. With the support of my supervisor, I developed a research proposal and applied for a PhD. I am now a Commonwealth Doctoral Scholar in Competition Law and Emerging Economies at the University of East Anglia.”