Professor Ekeke received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering and his Master of Science in Engineering (2013) from Mercer University and his law degree (2016) from Case Western Reserve University.
After graduating from CWRU School of Law, he spent 2 and a half years at the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office. While at the Prosecutor's Office, he handled cases in the Juvenile Division and General Felony Unit, which included drafting charges, drafting motions and briefs, and conducted multiple hearings and trials concerning cases involving petty offenses to major trial offenses.
Before coming to work full time at CWRU School of Law, Professor Ekeke worked as an adjunct professor coaching the Black Student Association Mock Trial Team, who in its first year back earned 3rd place at the Regional Competition and 3rd place at the National Competition in 2019. Professor Ekeke continues to coach Black Student Association Mock Trial Team.
He currently works as a Clinical Fellow here at CWRU School of Law. Specifically in the Criminal Justice Clinic of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center, where he supervises students as the clinic takes on criminal misdemeanor cases on behalf of indigent clients.