Book Reviews at Kabarak University School of Law offer a valuable intellectual space where students and faculty engage with legal literature, critically analyzing a diverse range of texts that span various legal disciplines. These reviews provide a platform for insightful discussions, enabling the academic community to explore emerging legal concepts, precedent-setting cases, and societal implications. Through rigorous assessments and thought-provoking critiques, the Book Reviews foster a culture of scholarly dialogue, enriching the legal education experience and promoting a deeper understanding of the complexities within the realm of law.

  1. Joseph Omolo ‘Book Review: Patents, human rights, and access to medicines, book review symposium’, Afronomicslaw blog, and Joseph Omolo ‘Book Review: The Struggle for Land and Justice in Kenya’ Kabarak Journal of Law and Ethics 6, 2022.
  2. Ms Lizzy Muthoni Kibira's Book Review 'A Review of Dominic Burbidge’s An Experiment in Devolution: National Unity and the Deconstruction of the Kenyan State’ was published in the Strathmore Law Journal 5 No. 1 2021.
  3. Ms Julie published a book review of ‘The Regional Law of Refugee Protection in Africa by Marina Sharpe’ in Human Rights Review Issue 4/2020.

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