SLJ - Volume 1, Number 1, June 2015
- Dr Luis Franceschi – Dean of School of Law
- Dr Jennifer Gitahi – Director of Academic Programmes
- John Osogo Ambani – Editor-in-Chief
- Humphrey Sipalla – Managing Editor
- Francis Kariuki
- Santana Monda
- Melissa Muindi
- George Kimotho
- Harrison Otieno
- Emma Senge
- Patricia Scotland, Baroness of Asthal, QC
- Willy Mutunga, Chief Justice, President of the Supreme Court of Kenya
- JB Ojwang (Professor), Judge, Supreme Court of Kenya
- Timothy Endicott (Professor), Oxford University
- James T Gathii (Professor), Loyola University, Chicago Law School
- Frans Viljoen (Professor), Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
- Paolo G Carozza (Professor), University of Notre Dame
(Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)Lumumba and Franceschi’s The Constitution of Kenya, 2010: An Introductory Commentary is an indispensable handbook for readers striving for an exhaustive mastery of Kenya’s Constitution, and anyone wishing for a quick ...
(Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)Excellence in legal education is hinged upon appropriate infrastructural systems that support innovative learning, critical thinking and groundbreaking research, always within the context of a tireless search for truth and ...
(Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)Users of academic research outputs will easily agree with me that compared to our Western counterparts, very little has been published on African law and the law in Africa North of River Limpopo. Researchers enquiring into ...
The wretched african traditionalists in Kenya - The challenges and prospects of customary law in the new constitutional era (Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)The modern African judge will be the first to acknowledge that, in many senses, the problems faced by British judges in colonial Africa have not vanished. Almost one hundred percent of the African judiciary is now African. ...
The security council and the International Criminal Court - when can the security council defer a case? (Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)This paper discusses the deferral power of the Security Council under Article 16 of the Rome Statute. It analyses the drafting history, provision and practice of Article 16 with a view to identifying the requirements that ...
Developing an efficient and effective Social Security Adjudication Framework in South Africa - the role and impact of International Standards (Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)South Africa is currently developing an overarching policy framework for efficient and effective resolution of social security disputes as part of reforms towards the establishment of a comprehensive social security system. ...
(Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)This paper tries to explain what comparative constitutional law is and takes the US legal practice as an example. The presence of comparative analysis is considered both in the academic arena and in the case law of the US ...
Traditional Justice Systems as Alternative Dispute Resolution under Article 159(2) (c) of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 (Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)There are various forms of justice. It cannot be limited to legal justice. This paper explores the potential of traditional justice systems under the Constitution. It illustrates the need for a multidisciplinary approach ...
(Strathmore University Press, 2015-06)The Constitution of Kenya, 2010, envisions a prominent role for alternative dispute resolution, including traditional dispute resolution mechanisms. This is in addition to other legislative frameworks which provide for ...