Gaston Kenfack Douajni is a Cameroonian Magistrate and currently the Director of Legislation at the Ministry of Justice in Cameroon. He has obtained a Doctorate in International Economic Law at the University of Paris I (Pantheon Sorbonne) in 2005, a Certificate on trade, negotiations and settlement of trade disputes at the Kennedy School of Government – Harvard University (USA) in 2004, and the Habilitation to supervise Research at the University of Pau in France.
Since 2008, he is Professor of business and arbitration law at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRIC)-University of Yaounde II and Guest Professor at the Institute of International Studies - University of Paris II. Arbitrator and Former member of the ICC Court of Arbitration, he is currently the Corresponding member of the Paris Institute of International Arbitration in the OHADA space and a council member of the IFCAI. He is also the Editor of the “Revue Camerounaise de l’Arbitrage”, the President of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration in Africa (APAA) and, was the President of 49th session of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).