The Centre of Jurisprudence and Constitutional Studies (CJCS) Constitutionalism and Governance Expert Lecture Series

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Date
Expert
Title
9.09.2016
Professor Richard Albert - Professor of Constitutional Law, Boston Law College Constitutional Handcuffs: Unamendability and the Future of Democracy
7.06.2016
Ms. Victoria Miyandazi - Doctoral Candidate, Oxford University The Road to Transformation: Conceptualisation and Interpretation of Competing Conceptions of Equality in the Kenyan Constitution
19.05.2016
Mr. Muthomi Thiankolu - Law Lecturer, University of Nairobi School of Law Public Procurement in the context of Constitutional Disposition
03.11.2015
Professor Michael Wabwile - Dean, Egerton University School of Law Developments of the Law on Dissolution of Marriages in Kenya
27.10.2015
Ms. Eunice Lumallas, Legal Department of the Kenya Parliament Progressive and Extra-judicial Constitutionalism: Alternative Dispute Resolution under the 2010 Constitutional Architecture
16.10.2015
Dr Ken Obura - Law Lecturer, Kabarak University Law School Prosecution of Corruption in Kenya: Is it Consistent with the Law?
9.10.2015
Mr George Kegoro, Executive Director, ICJ-Kenya Universal Jurisdiction under the Rome Statute
29.09.2015
Mr. Osogo Ambani, Law Lecturer, Strathmore University Will the camel eventually enter the tent? The past, present and future of the right to sexual orientation
15.09.2015
Bunmi Niyi-Gafar (Doctoral candidate, University of Pretoria The Human Right to Water: Reflections from Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa
22.9.2015
Mr John Joseph Wamwara-International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) The Changing nature of Warfare and its impact on International Humanitarian Law
21.07.2015
Dr. Mutakha Kangu - Law Lecturer, Moi University School of Law An overview of devolution in Kenya; legal and institutional challenges and threats
26.06.2015
Mr. Geoffrey Imende - Partner, Mohammed Muigai Advocates Institutional Transformation through the Vetting Process
12.06.2015
Mr. Walter Khobe - Law Lecturer, Moi University School of Law Transformative Constitutionalism in Kenya

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