Navigating the Legal Profession: Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Shares Pathways to Excellence

The Faculty of Law had the distinct honor of hosting the Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) of the Republic of Kenya, Lady Justice Philomena Mwilu, for a public lecture on "Navigating the Legal Profession: Pathways to Excellence" on Friday, May 24th. The prestigious event was organized by the University of Nairobi Law Students Professional Association (UONLSPA).

FOL Scholar Prof. Attiya Waris' Work on Debt Restructuring and Tax Justice Lauded at Dóchas Conference

At the "Dóchas at 50: Sustainable Development in a Time of Climate Crisis" conference held in Dublin on May 9th, 2024, Prof. Attiya Waris, Faculty of Law scholar and the UN Independent Expert on Foreign Debt, and other International Financial Obligations and Human Rights, was commended for her groundbreaking work. President Higgins of Ireland praised Prof.

Faculty of law- NIW 2024

The Nairobi Innovation Week, scheduled to take place from May 8th to 10th, promises a compelling focus on the intersection of law and innovation.

The Faculty of Law will delve into the theme of "Navigating the Crossroads of Innovation: Balancing Intellectual Property Rights with Open Access for Global Development."

Taming the Tyranny of the Barons: Using Administrative Law to Regulate Power

In a momentous occasion held on 26th April, the University of Nairobi celebrated the inaugural lecture of Prof. Migai Akech, who was recently elevated to the prestigious rank of full professorship. The event marked a significant milestone in Prof. Akech's academic journey, providing him with a platform to showcase his profound knowledge in the field of law and share his groundbreaking research on "Taming the Tyranny of the Barons: Administrative Law and Power Regulation."