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IN DEFENCE OF THE JUDICIARY: MARAGA’S COURT IS NOT STANDING IN THE WAY OF...

By Gibson Kamau Kuria SC “The apparent claim by Mr. Mwangi that the Judiciary is not applying legal principles is based on forgetfulness of our history” A two day Anti - Graft Conference held last month...

Noordin Haji’s Resolve to See Justice for All

By Lillian Wamuyu The name Noordin Mohammed Haji spark into the limelight following his nomination as the Director of Public Prosecution by President Uhuru Kenyatta in early 2018. Little was known about Mr. Haji then,...

Being Mumbi – A Story of Resilience & Fortitude

By Lillian Wamuyu The story of Mumbi Ngugi is a reflection of a good fight, a life marked with resilience and determination. She represents a people in our society who are subjected to stereotypes and...

One on One with Professor. Moni Wekesa

Dean, Daystar University, School of Law and Author of ‘Legal Research, Writing and Drafting, Kenyan Perspective’ Interview by Lillian Wamuyu Please tell us a little about yourself; education, work experience I was born in a village in...

The Presidentialization of Democratic Politics in Kenya: Justin Muturi and the Decline of Parliament’s...

By Walter Khobe Article 115 of the Constitution as read with Standing Orders No. 62 and 154 of the National Assembly Standing Orders has been the subject of intense debate in Kenya in the...

Autocratic Legalism? The intended prosecution of Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu in context

By Walter Khobe Javier Corrales first used the “autocratic legalism” phrase to describe Hugo Chávez’s rule in Venezuela. Corrales identified autocratic legalism with the “use, abuse and non-use . . . of law” to describe...

AGNES KAGURE AND THE KAREN LAND SAGA Is Guy Spencer Elms a rogue, shameless...

The dispute surrounding ownership of the properties known as L.R NO. 2327/10 and 2327/117 situate in Karen has widely been reported and circulated both in print and social media.   The adverse claim of ownership the...

The search for Nairobi Deputy Governor: is Agnes Kagure the peoples’ choice?

By Lilian Wamuyu When breaking news flashed on our screens on the resignation of Polycarp Igathe, the then Deputy Governor for Nairobi County, the news was received with a mixed feel. To the critics of...

Getting full rights to train lawyers: It’s been a journey of many years

By our Staff Writer When Simon N. Gicharu received a British Council scholarship to study entrepreneurship at Cranfield University, his mind formed a rosy picture of studies in England. The year was 1995, five years...

MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY: SCALING THE HEIGHTS OF EDUCATION

By Lillian Wamuyu As an educationalist, a businessman and the founder of Mount Kenya University, Prof. Simon Gicharu wears different hats but with no doubt, his contribution in the education sector has propelled his profile...
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