Dr. Conrad M. Bosire is an adjunct lecturer of law at the Strathmore University Law School-Nairobi, and a post-doctoral researcher at the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. Dr. Bosire holds a Bachelor of laws degree from Moi University (Kenya) and Master of Laws (LLM) degree (Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa) from the University of Pretoria. He recently (September 2013) completed my doctoral studies from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. His doctoral research analysed (using Kenya's new devolved system of government as a case study) how sub-national governments can, through constitutional design, pursue development, peace and limited and democratic central government. Dr. Bosire has worked with various local human rights organisations and am also a consultant in the area of law, governance, and development and have advised various state and non state institutions.
Institutions that he has worked with include: Katiba Institute (Kenya), the Provincial Government of the Western Cape (South Africa), the Judiciary (Kenya), Transition Authority (Kenya), the Council of Governors (Kenya), State University of New York (SUNY-Kenya programme), the International Development Law Organisation (IDLO), the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA-Kenya), among other institutions. In February 2014, Dr. Bosire was invited as a visiting lecturer to teach in a Post-graduate (Masters) programme on "State reconstruction in post-conflict situations" in Aix-Marseille University, France.
Bosire CM Local Government and Human Rights: Building institutional linkages for effective protection and realisation of human rights in Africa (2011) 11 Africa Human Rights Law Journal 147-170
Bosire CM, Waruguru K & Lando V The impact of the African Charter and Women’s protocol in Kenya and The Impact of the African Charter and Women’s Protocol in Selected African States, Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press (PULP, pp. 65-78)
Doctoral thesis:1. Devolution for development, conflict resolution and limiting central power: an analysis of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 (Unpublished dissertation, University of the Western Cape, 2013)