Stanislaus A. Ajong is a Chevening Scholar; the Past President: Fako Lawyers Association (FAKLA); Member, Executive Council – African Bar Association (AFBA); Chairman, Cameroon Country Coordination African Bar Association (AFBA)
Holder of an LL.M in Human Rights Law from the University of Aberdeen-Scotland, UK, Stanislaus A. Ajong is an International Human Rights Lawyer called to the Cameroon Bar in 1999. The former President of the Fako Lawyers Association (FAKLA) is a member of the Executive Council of the African Bar Association (AFBA) and Chairperson of the Cameroon Country Coordination of the continental body.
With over two decades of experience in Cameroon and Africa, Stanislaus Ajong a former Councilor of the Tiko Council has handled electoral disputes before the Supreme Court in Cameroon and three Communications before the African Commission against the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of Cameroon.
He facilitated two legal clinics on the right to employment and the right to education in Africa under the auspices of the British INGO, INTERIGHTS in Kenya in 2012, and 2013.
Lecturer of Human Rights and Development in the Pan African Institute of Development, West Africa, Buea at graduate and undergraduate level (2010 – 2013), he has equally written on the right to self-determination.
Married and father of 4, Barrister Ajong is the Founder and Senior Partner, Security Law Firm, Tiko – Cameroon.