Name: Norman Magaya Amugira

Designation: Lecturer

Department: Private law

School: Law

Email:nmagaya@kabarak.ac.ke

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

Year  Qualifications University
October 2013 to date PhD candidate(Oil and Gas Law) St. Augustine University of Tanzania
2010- Nov 2010 Post Graduate Diploma in Law Kenya School OF Law
2007-2009 Master of Laws (Natural Resources Law, international Environmental Law and the Law of Treaties.)  
2003-2007 Bachelor of Laws Uganda Pentecostal University
DATE: Designation, Organization.
  Lecturer, Kabarak University School of Law
October 2013 to date Drafted policy documents on Environment, Natural Resources, Forestry and Tourism for Bungoma County.
January 2013 to date Full time Lecturer, Catholic University of Eastern Africa
May 2013 to date Part Time Lecturer, Africa Nazarene University.
January 2011 to date Advocate, T.O K’Opere &Co. Advocates
April 2011- April 2012 Part time Lecturer, Inoorero University
May – November 2011 Part time Lecturer, Mt. Kenya  University
January 2010 to  date Part time Lecturer, Uganda Pentecostal University
October 2007-Dec 2009 Assistant Lecturer, Uganda Pentecostal University
January 2008- Nov 2007 Sports tutor, Uganda Pentecostal University
January 2008-December 2009 Volunteer University peer counselor, Uganda Pentecostal University
October 2007 to date Integrity Club Patron, Uganda Pentecostal University.
2006-2007 Uganda Pentecostal University Guild
2006-2007 Commissioner, Uganda Pentecostal University Guild constitutional review Commission.
2006-2007 Chairman, Kenya Students Association Constitutional Review Commission.
2006-2007 Chairman, Grotius Law Society Disciplinary Tribunal
Year Name of project
2015 The evolving  jurisprudence on the enforcement of international law(Submitted for publication – Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Faculty of  law Journal)
2014 The Legal Regime for Environmental Management in oil and Gas exploration and production in Kenya; case study of Turkana region. (Awaiting publication- St. Augustine University of Tanzania school of Law Journal)
2014 Transparency  and accountability in the natural resources governance in Kenya; A dispassionate analysis of the law (Awaiting publication- St. Augustine University of Tanzania school of Law Journal)
2007 Unpublished research paper on Courts and their constitutional Mandate in Protection   and Enforcement of Human Rights in Uganda.
2009 Effectiveness of Constitutional Environmental Law Protection of Rights of communities in mining areas in Uganda. A paper presented  at the Grotius Law Society Annual Lawyers’ Day, Uganda Pentecostal University
2009 The legal framework for the fight against corruption in local governments in Uganda, a paper presented to Rwenzori region local government leaders workshop at the Gardens Restaurant- Fort Portal.
2009 A critical analysis of the legal regime on participatory forest management; case study of Kakamega Forest-Kenya, A research paper presented to the Uganda Pentecostal University for the award of the degree of masters of laws.