Name: Thuo Wambui Lucianna

Law Lecturer & Associate Dean

Managing Editor, Kabarak Journal of Law & Ethics

Department of Public Law

School of Law



Address: Kabarak University

P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157






Professional Mediation Course

Mediation Training Institute(I)- East Africa


Masters Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa

University of Pretoria, South Africa


Post –graduate Diploma

Abo Akademi University, Finland


Diploma in Law

Kenya School of  Law


Bachelors of Laws Degree

University of Nairobi

DATE: Designation, Organization.

May 2015  to date

 Lecturer – Kabarak University

May –August  2017

Researcher- Political Parties Disputes Tribunal

June- December 2016

Consultant & visiting Lecturer- Faculty of Law, the University  of the Gambia

August – November 2014

Intern , Abilis Foundation

June 2012 –December 2013

Research Coordinator , Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparedness

September 2011- April 2012

Associate Consultant, Intrepid Africa, Nairobi


Name of project

2018- 2019

The Kenya Section of the International Commission of Jurists:ICJ Compendium of 2017 Election Petition Volume 4:Select Decisions, Issues and Themes Arising from the 2017 Elections in Kenya.

·         Compiled analysis of the jurisprudence emanating  from the 2017 electoral dispute resolution process in Kenya .

January – June 2016

Electoral Institue for Sustainable Democracy in Africa(EISA-K)

·         Legislative drafting:Assisting in drafting the Election Campaign Financing Regulations for the Independent Electoral & Boundaries Commission .

·         Attending stakeholders forums.

·         Revising rules based on stateholders deliberation and preparing the statutory forms.

March 2016

Electoral Institue for Sustainable Democracy in Africa, Institute for Education in Democracy and Parliamentary Initiatives Network.

·         Research support,report writing and drafting.

·         Preparing stakeholders  meeting report.

·         Preparing memorandum of stateholders deliberations to the National Assembly and Senate.



The Kenya Section of the International Commission of Jurists:Compendium of 2013 Election Petitions:Themes and issues  from the Jurisprudence on Electoral Law in Kenya.

·         Co- edited with Dr.Masha Baraza.

·         Compiled analysis of decisions on election petitions from 2013


Nov 2015- February 2016

Balancing the Scales of Electoral Justice:Resolving Disputes from the 2013 Elections in Kenya and the Emerging Jurisprudence.

·         Research and editotial support for Justice Majanja, one of the authors of the book.

  1. E Ongoya & L Thuo, (2020) ‘A Transformative Constitution In A Bad Manned Society: Reflections on Kenya’s “Dead on Arrival” Constitutional Prescriptions on Leadership and Integrity’ Strathmore Law Journal, Vol 5.
  2. L Thuo, (2019) ‘ICJ Compendium of 2017 Election Petitions: Select Decisions, Issues and Themes Arising From the 2017 Elections in Kenya’, Volume 4.
  3. L Thuo, (2019) ‘Ending the Oppression Olympics: Promoting the concomitant political participation of marginalized groups in Kenya’ Strathmore Law Journal Vol 4
  4. L Thuo,(2017) ‘Deepening  and Sustaining Electoral Democracy in Kenya: Lessons from Ghana in Ghana @ 60: Governance and Human Rights in the Age of Africa Rising’ Pretoria University Law Press.
  5.  L Thuo, (2017) ‘The African Human Rights System and Electoral Governance in Africa Annual Jurists’ Conference.
  6. L Thuo, (2017) ‘The road to a repeat poll in Kenya: Is legislative amendment the cure? Oxford Human Rights Hub.
  7. L Thuo, (2016) ‘Is the two-third gender rule discourse engendering double visibility in public life for other vulnerable groups in Kenya? Oxford Human Rights Hub.
  8. L Thuo, (2016), ‘Compendium of 2013 Election Petitions: Themes and Issues from the Jurisprudence on Electoral Law in Kenya’
  9. L Thuo, (2016) ‘Realising the Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities in Political Life in Kenya’ African Disability Rights Yearbook.
  10. L  Thuo,(2016) ‘Implementation of political participation  for persons  with intellectual disabilities in Kenya’ Strathmore Law Journal,Vol 2
  11.  L Thuo, (2016) “Amnesties v Prosecution: Towards Convergence or Divergence? Journal of Law & Ethics.
  12. L Thuo, (2014) ‘Is the Universal Period Review much ado about nothing? Perspectives from Eritrea” Makerere Law Journal.

Human Rights and Democracy,  Disability Rights, Humanitarian Law,