I am a Corporate law and arbitration expert. I am very, very much fascinated by international arbitration: commercial, maritime, and investment. The more I read about arbitration, the more I want to know. I would also like to specialize in the subject matter which I think is helpful to Ethiopia in the future. In my personal life, I like to hang out with my friends and have fun. After all, I think life is short.

Moreover, I like to read books, watch movies, travel a lot, which has become recent addiction, and learn new things. I also want to learn how to make a good documentary, which I want to develop as a hobby. I also like to blog here at Abyssinia Law. 

I am interested in using comparative, economic, and legal approaches and insights to understand, explain and assess institutional, policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks governing various activities. In the past, I was a research fellow in the United Nations, working on climate governance and regulatory affairs, and a lecturer of law at Mekelle University and University of Surrey. I studied comparative law and economics at Addis Ababa University (LLB, 2001); Ghent University (LLM, 2004); Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Ghent University and University of Manchester (EMLE, 2009); and University of Surrey (Ph.D., 2011).

Liku Woku is a founder and administrator of Abyssinia Law. He graduated From Mekelle University with LLB (2007) and the University of London with an LLM in Advanced Legislative Studies (2012). Currently, he is a consultant and attorney at law. Before joining the advocacy world, Mr. Liku worked as a Draft Person and Public Prosecutor at the Ministry of Justice and as a Part-time Lecturer at Addis Ababa University. As a founder of abyssinialaw, he is responsible for developing free access to Public legal information. 

The blogger is an advocate and consultant at law and a columnist in the "Behig Amlak" column of the Reporter Amharic version. He graduated from Addis Ababa University Law Faculty in 2001 with his undergraduate and, in 2010, his masters in Human rights law. ጸሐፊውን በ getukow@gmail.com ማግኘት ትችላላችሁ::

Abreha Mesele has graduated from Mekelle University and got his LLB in 2008. Currently, he is a candidate at Addis Ababa University for his LLM. He is now assistant Lecturer at Debre Markos University.

Abyssinia Law is a legal resource portal providing open access to primary and secondary legal materials for Ethiopia, such as laws, court decisions, articles, contact guidance, and Lawyers Directory - with texts supplemented by online videos, a discussion forum, and a user blog. The service gives free access to Federal and State consolidated laws of Ethiopia (with status information on whether the law is amended, repealed, or effective)