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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.