Lawyer Talk

Lawyers talkSchool of Law organized its first ever legal career motivational talk dubbed, ‘Lawyer Talk’ which was an interactive platform for the law learners to acquaint themselves with the realities of legal practice. More specifically, the talk dealt with legal practice and legal skills that are ‘a must have’ in the modern day practice. The talk adapted an interview model where a panel of legal experts shared their experiences. The panelists brought a wealth of experience and expertise in legal practice. Amongst the panelists were Pauline K. Kimotho (National Oil Corporation), Irene Ndegwa (W. Ndegwa & Associates Advocates), Daniel Kahura (UNHCR), Jalson Makori (Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions) and Salem Lorot (National Assembly). View Photos

School of Law establishes Centre for International and Development law

The centre which will be based at School of Law Parklands has objective include :Varsity unveils Centre for International  Development Law 2

  1. To foster research on  international and development law

  2. To provide an intellectual habitat for continuing legal training on international and development law.

  3. To provide a platform for dissemination of research findings.

  4. To create a platform for networking and partnership in legal research and training.

  5. To act as a linkage between legal researchers and implementers.

  6. To provide Capacity building

It is our hope that these new initiatives, coupled with the Schools Strategic plan and ongoing transformative agenda will successfully reposition it as a renowned Centre of excellence in International and development Law. It is noteworthy that this is the only Law school with this kind of focus in the whole African region. MKU School of Law will therefore leverage upon this uniqueness to attract foreign students and entrench its foothold in the country’s legal training sector.