In Pursuit of Justice: University of Nairobi Emerges as Runner-Up in the 2023 All African Moot Competition

In September 2023, the University of Nairobi's Law Faculty secured the runner-up position in the fiercely competitive 2023 All African Moot Court Competition. This prestigious event unfolded at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, spanning from the 3rd to the 9th of September, and drew participation from law schools across 17 African nations.

Breathing on Borrowed Time: Nairobi's Silent Air Crisis"

Professor Nicholas Oguge from the Faculty of law - Centre for Advanced Studies in Environmental Law Policy,(CASELAP) has highlighted the urgent issue of air pollution in East African cities. He emphasized that air pollution primarily stemmed from human activities, including mining, construction, transportation, industrial operations, agriculture, and the burning of waste, alongside natural factors such as windblown dust.

Advancing Legal and Policy Measures for Genetically Modified Organisms in Africa: Insights from the 5th ASSELLAU Scientific Conference Held in Kenya

The 5th Association of Environmental Law Lecturers in African Universities (ASSELLAU) Scientific Conference and General Assembly was hosted in Kenya from August 20th to 23rd, 2023. Spanning three days, the conference focused on exploring the legal and policy dimensions of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Africa.