Strathmore Law Review Launches its Fifth Volume: 5 Years of Consistency

The Strathmore Law Review (SLR) is Strathmore Law School’s flagship academic law journal, dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed legal-academic research around …
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Strathmore Law Students Make History by Winning World Human Rights Moot Competition

Strathmore Law School students Eugene Kanyugo and Mariam Hiba Malik made history this past week when they were declared winners …
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Guest lecture by Elisha Zebedee Ongoya

An advocate of the High Court, Elisha Zebedee Ongoya and partner of Ongoya and Wambola Advocates, gave a talk on The …
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Guest lecture: Civil Procedure during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Constitutional Principles

On 24 September 2020, second-year Strathmore Law School students had the wonderful opportunity to attend a guest lecture by Judge Francesca Fiecconi of Italy’s …
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A lecture by Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen on the law-making process in Kenya

For our Legal Systems and Methods class on the Law-Making process in Kenya, we were honoured with a guest lecture from Hon …
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The Constitution of Kenya 2010: Panacea or nostrum

The peaceful and united corralling of the people of Kenya on 4th August 2010 for the constitutional referendum heralded a …
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Kenya publishes regulations to implement the digital services tax

Background Even amid a pandemic, globally the conversation on the taxation of the digital economy remains. Just recently, the United States …
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First time participants win the All African Regional Stage of the 2020 Foreign Direct Investment Moot

Congratulations to our own Strathmore Law School students for winning the All African Regional Stage of the 2020 Foreign Direct Investment Moot held from …
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Law students participate in Young Scientists of Kenya Law Outreach Program

Strathmore University Law School students, in collaboration with the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT), facilitated discussions on various subjects …
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Queen Mary University supports free legal advisory service in Kenya through Strathmore

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London is supporting a free legal advisory service …
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