Name: Julie Kemunto Matoke

Designation: Lecturer

School: School of Law

Department of Private Law

Email: jkemunto@kabarak.ac.ke

Address: Kabarak University

P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157

Year 

Qualification

University

2017-2018

LLM in International Human Rights Law

University of Notre Dame (USA)

2014

Post Graduate Diploma

Kenya School of Law

2010 – 2013

Bachelors of laws

Kabarak University

September 2018-to date

Lecturer, School of Law.

January 2015 – September 2016

Advocate of the High Court of Kenya & Legal Assistant,Kituo Cha Sheria (Forced Migration Programme)

2013 – 2014

Legal Assistant,Ongoya &Wambola Company Advocates

June 2012 – May 2012

Legal Intern,Gitonga & Co.  Advocates

April 2012 – January 2012

Judicial attaché,Nakuru Law Courts.

1 . ‘Closure of Dadaab Camp: Implications on refugee rights under the Human Rights Framework: cross-examination of violations.’ By Fred O. Nyagaka, MainaNyabuti, Brian Moses Onyango & Julie K. Matoke in Governance &Economic Development in Africa published by Centre for Democracy, Research & Development (CEDRED) 2018.

2.‘Justice for the rights of the mentally challenged in Kenya,’ in the Kabarak Law Journal (www.academia.edu)

3. ‘Why Refoulment of refugees in Kenya is not an option,

4. ‘People like you and me,’ (www.kituochasheria.or.ke –Haki blog.)

5. ‘Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Kenya.’ (www.kituochasheriaBlog.)

6. “The right to belong- Nationality,’ (www.kituochasheria.or.ke –Haki).or.ke –Haki blog.)

7.  ‘The place of disability rights for refugees: Double Vulnerability,’(www.kituochasheria.or.ke Haki Blog)

 

Mental Health Law, Forced Migration and Using Artificial Intelligence in Human rights and Humanitarian Law