Kabarak School of Law News & EVENTS

Kabarak Law Review Volume 3: Reflecting on 60 years of the Kenyan republic

In 1964 the Republic of Kenya was born. Morris Mbondenyi and John Ambani define a true republic as one where the people play a predominant role in governance, being the source from which governmental authority flows from and that the...

Kabarak University Gears Up for John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition, Africa Regional Rounds in April, 2024

Kabarak University is gearing up to host the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition, Africa Regional Rounds from April 18-21, 2024. The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat and some members of management visited the School of L...

Kabarak Law Review Unveils Volume 2(2023) - A Milestone in Legal Scholarship

The Kabarak Law Review (2022-2023) Editorial Board proudly presents Kabarak Law Review Volume 2 (2023). This double-blind peer-reviewed volume, features nine meticulously curated articles spanning diverse legal topics.

Passing the baton: Navigating the transition of the Kabarak Law Review Editorial Boards.

Is it the end of an extraordinary era, marked with remarkable accomplishments, or is it the continuation of even greater things? This week marks the end of the Kabarak Law Review 2022-2023 Editorial Board’s term. This distinguished B...

Jumuiya: The renaming of the East Africa Community Journal of Law

Kabarak University School of Law is pleased to announce the rebranding of the East Africa Community Law Journal as Jumuiya. This rebranding marks a commitment to community, reflecting the shared aspirations of East African nations. J...

Constitutional Identity in Kenya and India: The Great Southern Conversation

On Friday 27 October 2023, Kabarak Law School, through the Avid Readers Forum, held a conversation under the title Constitutional Identity in Kenya and India; The Great Southern Conversation at the Bethel Auditorium, Kabarak Uni...

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