Name: Omolo Joseph Agutu

Designation: Lecturer

Department: Commercial law

School: Law

Email: josephomolo@kabarak.ac.ke

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

  1. Omolo J.A. and Akinyi E.J. ‘National Treatment Rule and Public Procurement under the EAC Common Market Protocol’ Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law and Practice, Volume 5 Number 1, 2019, p 115-135 https://journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-19998daa81
  2. Omolo J.A.,( ‘2018) Criminal Procedures and Penalties for Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights in Kenya’, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, Volume 13, Issue 8, 1 August, 2018, pages 649-656.
  3. Omolo J.A.,( 2017) ‘The Public Service, in an upcoming book: The Constitution of Kenya: Five Years after by Strathmore University Law School
  4. Omolo J.A.,( 2017) ‘Defining the Face of Kenya: The Dynamics under the 2010 Constitution for Diversity’, LSKJ 13(1) 2017
  5. Omolo J.A. and Rao B.A., ( 2016) ‘The Convention on Biodiversity: A Selective Review of its Implementation by African Countries’, MUP, 2016
  6. Omolo J.A. (ed), (‘2012) Behind the Scenes: Lessons Learnt from Developing a National Policy Framework on Internal Displacement in Kenya, 2013, Nairobi
  7. Omolo J.A., (2012 ) ‘Least Developed Countries and the TRIPS Agreement: Arguments for a Shift to Voluntary Compliance’ (2012) African Journal for International and Comparative Law 423 Vol. 20 No. 3

Year  Qualification University
2019 Trade and Gender Course United Nation Conference on Trade and Development
2011-2012 Post –Graduate Diploma  Kenya School of Law
2010- 2011 Master of Laws(Law and the Global Economy) New York University
2010-2011 Master of Laws(Intellectual Property and Technology) National University of Singapore
2005-2009             Bachelor of Laws Moi University
Year to Date Designation, Organization
September, 2018- Present Lecturer, Kabarak University
October 2016-Present  Partner, Carrey Joseph Advocates
July 2013- October 2016 Partner J.A. Omolo and Associates
December 2012- September, 2018 Lecturer, Moi University, School of Law
September 2012–December 2012 Lecturer, Kenyatta University
February 2012- October 2012 Assistant Programme Officer, Refugee Consortium of Kenya
January 2012- July 2012 Pupil, Odera Were Advocate
October 2011- January 2012 Assistant Programmes Manager           ,CISP
September 2010- December 2011 Research Assistant, Prof. Siew Kuan Elizabeth, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore.
February 2010- April 2011 Volunteer, Kituo Cha Sheria (Urban Refugee Intervention Programme)

Nairobi.

July 2009- December 2009 Intern, Refugee Consortium of Kenya,
November 2008- April 2009 Pupil, Kibichiy and Co. Advocates,
July 2007- September 2007 Pupil, Ouma Njoga and Co. Advocates
Year Name of project
2019 Evaluation of Refugee Rights Related Legal and Policy Framework
2019 Protecting the Past, Preserving the Future: Blended Finance and the Protection of Marine Cultural Heritage in Lamu Port (Kenya) and Tolagnaro (Madagascar)
2013 Research project to document the advocacy process for the development of the Prevention, Protection and Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons
  1. Omolo J.A. and Akinyi E.J. ‘National Treatment Rule and Public Procurement under the EAC Common Market Protocol’ Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law and Practice, Volume 5 Number 1, 2019, p 115-135 https://journals.co.za/content/journal/10520/EJC-19998daa81
  2. Omolo J.A.,( ‘2018) Criminal Procedures and Penalties for Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights in Kenya’, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, Volume 13, Issue 8, 1 August, 2018, pages 649-656.
  3. Omolo J.A.,( 2017) ‘The Public Service, in an upcoming book: The Constitution of Kenya: Five Years after by Strathmore University Law School
  4. Omolo J.A.,( 2017) ‘Defining the Face of Kenya: The Dynamics under the 2010 Constitution for Diversity’, LSKJ 13(1) 2017
  5. Omolo J.A. and Rao B.A., ( 2016) ‘The Convention on Biodiversity: A Selective Review of its Implementation by African Countries’, MUP, 2016
  6. Omolo J.A. (ed), (‘2012) Behind the Scenes: Lessons Learnt from Developing a National Policy Framework on Internal Displacement in Kenya, 2013, Nairobi
  7. Omolo J.A., (2012 ) ‘Least Developed Countries and the TRIPS Agreement: Arguments for a Shift to Voluntary Compliance’ (2012) African Journal for International and Comparative Law 423 Vol. 20 No. 3

Intellectual Property Rights; Forced Migration; International Trade; Human Rights and Governance