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Betha Igbinosun

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Betha Igbinosun joined the Penn Law S.J.D. program in 2020, following her graduation from the LL.M program (which she commenced in 2019 as a Dean’s scholar). During her LL.M studies, she was a recipient of the Duke and Imasogie scholarships, as well as a Graduate Associate at Perry World House. Betha obtained her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree (with first class honors) from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, in 2015, and a Qualifying Certificate (B.L) with first class honors, from the Nigerian Law School in 2016. Before joining Penn Law, Betha was an Associate at Templars, a tier-1 full-service law firm in Lagos, Nigeria, and a lecturer at the University of Lagos.

  • Health Law and Policy
  • Comparative Health Systems
  • Health Systems Governance
  • Healthcare Reform
  • Health Insurance
  • Betha Igbinosun, Security Interests in Personal Property and the Nigerian Secured Transactions in Movable Assets Act 2017: An Appraisal, 64 Journal of African Law, 357–371 (2020).
  • Betha Igbinosun, Nigeria and COVID-19 - Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Perry World House Penn Pandemic Diary, (2020).
  • Betha Igbinosun, Sexual Violence in Conflict as a Continuum of Other Forms of Violence: Unpacking UNSCR 2467, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, Student Reflections on the 20th Anniversary of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda, (2019),

Dean’s Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2020-2021)

Dean’s Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2019-2020)

Duke Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2019)

Imasogie Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2019)

Best Graduating Student, Faculty of Law, University of Lagos (2015)