Name: MS. Faith Cheruiyot

Designation : Lecturer

Department: Commercial Law

School: Law

Email:cheruiyotfaith@gmail.com

Postal Address: P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157

  1. ‘The Arusha Protocol on Plant Varieties Protection: Balancing Breeders’ and Farmers’ Right for Food Security in Africa’ Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property; June 2019Queen Mary, University of London.
  2. Women’s Rights: A Tale of two National Assemblies in Africa
  3. ‘ The Use of Trips Flexibilities for Access to Medicine Within the African Intellectual Property Organization’s (ARIPO)Member States’ South African Intellectual Property Law Journal; University of Cape Town.
  4. ‘Traditional Knowledge, Intellectual Property and Development: The Kenyan Experience’
  5. ‘Multilateral Trading System Implications  for Sub- Sahara Africa’

Year                

Qualification

University

May 2009

Masters of Law Program

Washington College of Law, American University, Washington DC, USA.  

2005

Post graduate, Diploma in Law  

Kenya School of Law, Nairobi.

2005

Bachelors of Laws

University of Nairobi

DATE: Designation, Organization.

May 2015 to date

Lecturer, Kabarak University.

May 2015- Dec 2015

Member, Commercial Law Department, Africa Nazarene University, School of Law.

May 2015-Dec 2018

Partner, Choka Chelule & Advocates

May 2013- May 2015

Legal & Compliance Manager, Standard Charted Bank.

October 2010 – May 2013

 Associate- Commercial Law & Conveyance, Raff man Dhanji & Virdee Advocates

April- August 2009

Researcher, Program on Justice & Intellectual Property (PIJIP): American University, Washington, DC.

  1. ‘The Arusha Protocol on Plant Varieties Protection: Balancing Breeders’ and Farmers’ Right for Food Security in Africa’ Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property; June 2019Queen Mary, University of London.
  2. Women’s Rights: A Tale of two National Assemblies in Africa
  3. ‘ The Use of Trips Flexibilities for Access to Medicine Within the African Intellectual Property Organization’s (ARIPO)Member States’ South African Intellectual Property Law Journal; University of Cape Town.
  4. ‘Traditional Knowledge, Intellectual Property and Development: The Kenyan Experience’
  5. ‘Multilateral Trading System Implications  for Sub- Sahara Africa’