Sexual Minorities Rights Inter-University Moot Court Competition
Our School of Law students participated in the moot court competition on Sexual Minorities Rights. The competition took place on 16th March 2022 at Kisii University School of Law.
Prof. Musili Wambua Moot Court competition – 2nd edition
Prof. Musili Wambua Moot Court competition, 2nd edition was held at the School of Law Moot court on Friday, 11th February 2022.
2021 THEME - "TIME FOR NATURE: THE IMPACT OF LAWYERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT"
The School of Law hosted The Honourable Justice K.I Laibuta, Judge of the Court of Appeal, to give the School of Law students a guest lecture focussed on career paths in law. The Honourable Justice...
Prof. Paul Musili Wambua, UoEm Chancellor Pose for a group photo after addressing the UoEm School of Law Students. The theme was "The Place
of Advocates in the 21st Century"
Prof. Paul Musili Wambua, UoEm Chancellor Addressing the UoEm School of Law Students. The theme was "The Place of Advocates in the 21st Century"
Pictures taken during the Moot Court Competition that took place in December, 2019.
About School of Law
The School of Law was licensed to offer legal education on 16th April 2019 pursuant to the provisions of the Legal Education Act, 27 of 2012 (as amended) and the relevant Regulations. This came after a rigorous process of accreditation by the Council of Legal Education involving a market survey, drafting of the curriculum, stakeholder’s forum, inspection and approval of School of Law facilities and other resources, recruitment of both academic and non-academic staff. The School received its inaugural cohort of students on 2nd September 2019.
The Bachelor of Laws aims to equip learners with relevant skills and knowledge that meet the individual and professional needs in legal education and related areas to be able to provide legal services in the Country and globally in order to stir and stimulate growth. Read More
Research & Publications
- Dr Gathongo JK “Internship: A Bridge to Employment or a Trap to a Disguised Employment Relationship?” (2021) Journal of cmsd Vol 7(1) page 1-22
- Wilson Ngigi, “Whistleblowing Law in Kenya: Incentives and Disincentives” (ICPAK & Amnesty International Kenya joint whistleblower program- Professional Integrity & Human Rights (21 September 2020 -21 October 2020)
- Richard Stacey and Victoria Miyandazi, ‘Constituting and Regulating Democracy: Kenya’s Electoral Commission and the Courts in the 2010s’ (2021) Asian Journal of Comparative Law, 1-18.
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