Name: Rahab Wakuraya Mureithi

Designation: Lecturer and  Ag. HoD Private Law

Department: Private Law

School: Law

Email: rmureithi@kabarak.ac.ke

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

DATE QUALIFICATION INSTITUTION

Year 

Qualification

University

 January 2017 to date

PhD Candidate (Proposed thesis title, “The Procedure, Evidentiary Standards and Jurisprudence of Judicial Conduct Tribunals in Kenya, United Kingdom and South Africa: A Comparison for Best Practice)

 Rhodes University, South Africa.

 February 2016

Professional Mediator

 Mediation Training Institute

 

January 2011 – April 2012

Masters in Women’s Law(“The Right to Peaceful Existence and Participation in Peace Building Initiatives:

A Gendered Critique of the Impact and Sustainability of Peace initiatives in Njoro District, Kenya”)

Southern and Eastern Africa center for women’s law (SEARCWL) University of Zimbabwe

January 2009 – June 2010

Post Graduate Diploma in Law

Kenya School of Law

June 2009

CPA Section 5

 

June 2008 – July 2008                        

Participator y Rural Appraisal Training

Egerton University

June 2008

C.P.A Section 4

 

January 2005 – May 2008

Bachelors of Law

Moi University, Annex Campus

June 2003 – December 2004

C.P.A Section 1 – 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE: Designation, Organization.

May 2015 to date

Lecturer and Head of Department, Private Law, Kabarak University Law School

October 2013 to date

Practicing at Wakuraya Mureithi & Co Advocates, Nakuru.

January 2010 to October 2013             

Working as an associate and researcher at Odhiambo and Odhiambo Advocates, Nakuru Kenya.

September 2010 – January 2011

Statement Taker with the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission in charge of Njoro District.

 

July 2008- November 2008              

Lecturing CPA at St Augustine Institute

June 2007 – August 2007

Judicial Attachment, Thika Law Court

 

Year

Name of project

JANUARY – MAY 2014

Developed  a curriculum based on article 159 of the constitution designed for traditional dispute resolution actors commissioned by Kenya Network of Religious Leaders Living With or Affected with HIV (KENERELA) as well as provision of  training for traditional dispute resolution actors in Laikipia District.

January 2011 – April 2012

Conducted a field research in Njoro district on the impact and sustainability of Peace initiatives in  Njoro district as part of my LLM Dissertation “The Right to Peaceful Existence and Participation in Peace Building Initiatives: A Gendered Critique of the Impact and Sustainability of Peace initiatives in Njoro District, Kenya”

(October 2011 – December 2011 and ongoing in 2012)

 

Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya (CIC)

Assisted in Reviewing and auditing the Gender Bills (Marriage Bill 2011, Matrimonial Property Bill 2011 and Family Protection Domestic Violence Bill 2011). This is to ascertain their consistencies or otherwise with the Kenya’s Constitution 2010 and come up with the Revised Bills. Assignment entails collating people’s views by generating debate on the Bills to come up with a version which is acceptable to all Kenya’s making it a participatory process owned by Kenyans.

September 2010 – January 2011

Statement Taker with the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission in charge of Njoro District Key duties as the in person in charge of Njoro district was to coordinate other statement takers, prepare an initial analysis from the statements taken and prepare a report and memorandum on behalf of certain communities in the area and present them to the Commissioners

  1. Rahab w, Mureithi. ‘Case Review:Geoffrey Andere V Attorney General And Another.’ 2016 JLE 159.
  2. Rahab W. Mureithi ‘Challenges in Litigting under the Protection from Domestic Violence Act 2015’ 2018 JLE 87.

Constitutionalism, family law, Grounded theory in Law, legal andragogy. Gender and the Law.