Yvonne Dausab is currently a full-time lecturer at the University of Namibia. She teaches constitutional law, civil procedure, and is the supervising attorney of the UNAM Legal Aid Clinic where she also teaches the theoretical underpinnings of the programme. Professor Dausab is responsible for the annual prestigious African Human Rights Moot Court among other projects at the University. She has over 10 years work experience in human rights advocacy, training, and litigation. She has lived and worked in Zambia, and travelled extensively on the continent.
Professor Dausab has published in the area of children’s rights, criminal justice, human rights, and constitutional law. She has worked in the area of human rights litigation, HIV/AIDS and the law, corporate law, labour, disability rights, and general civil litigation. Professor Dausab serves on various boards and community programmes. In particular, she serves as the chairperson of the Desert Soul Health and Development Communication and the Namibian Legal Information Institute. She is currently in the process of enrolling/considering her options regarding doctoral studies.
Yvonne Dausab obtained a BA (Law) LLB from the University of Western Cape, SA and an LLM (Human Rights and African Democratization) from the University of Pretoria, SA. She is an admitted legal practitioner of the High Court of Namibia since 2000.