Adedamola (‘Damola) Adediji is a PhD student at the University of Ottawa, Canada. His doctoral research focuses on advancing copyright’s socioeconomic goals in Africa through the application of competition/antitrust principles. Using the DAAD Scholarship, he holds a master’s degree in Intellectual Property and Competition Law from the Max Planck Institute’s Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) in Munich, Germany, a jointly administered specialist program by the George Washington University, Technical University of Munich, University of Augsburg, and the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. He is a practicing lawyer and has a demonstrated history of advising and representing clients on IP and competition law issues. ‘Damola has several publications, both in academia and outside. He was recently contacted by The Economist on a story on competition policies in Africa. He loves travelling, dancing, and meeting new people, especially from other cultures.