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Currently, the School has a lecturer component of twenty one (21) full-time lecturers assigned to the two Departments of Public and Private Law. Of the 21 lecturers, five have PhD level qualification while others are at advanced stages of their PhD studies. The lecturers are highly specialized in different areas of the law including Human Rights, Electoral Law, Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law, Labor Law, International Law and Constitutional Law among others. Many of the teaching staff are regularly consulted by various players in the industry, government, and regional and international organizations. The lecturers use a broad range of impressive teaching methods that guarantee high standards of delivery of course content. In addition, the faculty practices an open door policy which plays a key role in creating a vibrant and inclusive community.

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THE 32nd Christ of Heyns AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS MOOT COURT COMPETITION

THE 32ND CHRIST OF HEYNS AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS MOOT COURT COMPETITION

Kenyatta University School of Law participated in this year’s Christof Heyns African Human Rights Moot Court Competition that was held in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana on 3rd to 9th September 2023. The university was represented by a team comprised of the following:

  1. Ratemo Tom Deputy Executive Dean
  2. Martha Bowen Mooter
  3. Daniel Giichi Murakaru Mooter

Out of the sixty one (61) Universities that participated in the Moot Competition, the Kenyatta University team emerged as the winner of this year’s Christof Heyns African Human Rights Moot Court Competition.


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KENYATTA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW PARTNERS WITH UNIVERSITY OF ZIELONA, GORA, POLAND

A delegation from University of Zielona Góra, Poland led by Prof. Martyna Laszewska-Hellriegel, Deputy Director in the Institute for Legal Research and Dr. Piotr Kapusta, visited Kenyatta University School of Law, Parklands Campus on Wednesday, 10th May 2023 to explore areas of cooperation such as Joint Research Projects, Faculty/ Student Exchange, and Joint Teaching Programmes in Law. The School believes this is indeed a valuable opportunity for both institutions to establish meaningful partnerships.

 

From left is Dr. Ratemo Tom (Deputy Executive Dean, Kenyatta University School of Law), Prof. Martyna Laszewska-Hellriegel (Deputy Director in the Institute for Legal Research, University of Zielona Góra, Poland), Prof. Tomasz Milej (Chairman, Department of Public Law) and Dr. Piotr Kapusta (Lecturer, University of Zielona Góra, Poland)


 

 

 

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