Name: Shadrack Mwendwa Mwinzi

Designation: Lecturer

Department: Public Law

School: Law

Email: smwinzi@kabarak.ac.ke

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

  1. 2007 –  The Jurisdiction for the Grant of Mareva Injunction in Kenyan Courts (co-authored with Dr. Paul Musili Wambua and published in Law Society of Kenya Journal, issue 1, 2006).
  2. 2006 – Building Blocks: Influence of Friends and Peers an a Student’s Campus Life a research project supported by Ford Foundation and Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi.
  3. Civil Jail: Constitutionality and Conformity with International Human Rights Law, published in the University of Nairobi Law Journal, Vol. 3 Issue 1 (2005).

Year  Qualification University
2012 Masters in Law (LLM – Law of Sustainable Int’l Devt)                University of Washington school of Law       
2006-2007 Diploma in Law Kenya School of Law, Nairobi- KENYA
2002 to 2006 Bachelor of Laws University of Nairobi, KENYA
2001 Diploma in Management Information Systems. Kenya Institute of Management, Nairobi-KENYA.
DATE: Designation, Organization.
Jan 2017 to Date Managing Partner, Mwendwa Mwinzi & Associates, Advocates
June 2016 to Date        Lecturer, Kabarak University School of Law              
Nov. 2012 to April 2016 Senior Resident Magistrate/ Senior Deputy Registrar, The Kenya Judiciary
July 2010 –October 2011 Resident Magistrate
2009 – May 2010 Associate, Adera & Company, Advocates.
2007 – June 2008                    Management Trainee, Kenya Wildlife Service
July 2008 – July 2009 Investigations and Prosecutions Officer
2006 Legal intern, Musyoka Wambua & Company Advocates                                            
  1. 2007 –  The Jurisdiction for the Grant of Mareva Injunction in Kenyan Courts (co-authored with Dr. Paul Musili Wambua and published in Law Society of Kenya Journal, issue 1, 2006).
  2. 2006 – Building Blocks: Influence of Friends and Peers an a Student’s Campus Life a research project supported by Ford Foundation and Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi.
  3. Civil Jail: Constitutionality and Conformity with International Human Rights Law, published in the University of Nairobi Law Journal, Vol. 3 Issue 1 (2005).
  1. International environmental law, especially on sustainable development
  2. Commercial and procedural law with bias to civil procedure3
  3. Human rights and humanitarian law, with a bias for refugee protection.