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ELECTION PREPAREDNESS: JUDGING THE MARCH 4 GENERAL ELECTIONS BY JUSTICE DAVID MAJANJA

ELECTION PREPAREDNESS: JUDGING THE MARCH 4 GENERAL ELECTIONS BY JUSTICE DAVID MAJANJA THE RIARA UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW ACTION WEEK TUESDAY, 29TH JANUARY 2013 Venue: Main University Building: Room G/14   The Riara University will hold its next Law Review Action Public Lecture on Tuesday, 29 January 2013  from 2.30 p.m to 5.30 p.m. Justice Majanja is […]

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“A Pioneer Speaks: A Conversation with Justice Lee Muthoga”

Visit by Justice Lee Muthoga Thursday, 17 January 2013, 3.30-5 PM, Room 2-16 “A Pioneer Speaks: A Conversation with Justice Lee Muthoga” The Law School is pleased to invite students, staff, faculty, directors and sponsors of Riara University to participate in an informal conversation with Justice Lee Muthoga, currently serving in Trial Chamber II of […]

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Political coalitions: What’s different now? by ERIC KIBET

IN SUMMARY A number of parties have coalesced in readiness for next year’s elections We know of the Jubilee Alliance of the parties of Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto, and Musalia Mudavadi   The day is now behind us. The face of the March 2013 elections is taking shape. December 4 was the deadline for political […]

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PUBLIC LECTURE: ART & NATIONAL HEALING BY JUSTICE ALBIE SACHS

  PUBLIC LECTURE ART & NATIONAL HEALING: DESIGNING THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA AFTER APARTHEID BY JUSTICE ALBIE SACHS THE RIARA UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW ACTION WEEK  THURSDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2012 The Riara University will hold its next “Law Review Action Week” Public Lecture next Thursday 13 December 2012 from 3.00 p.m to 5.30 p.m. The Special Guest and Speaker […]

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Recognising come-we-stay marriage is the best way to protect our women by Roseline Njogu

In Summary The Marriage Bill 2012 has caused considerable waves, with much of the discussion being centred on the so-called “come-we-stay” provision Section 7 of the draft Bill published by the Attorney-General recognises a Presumption of Marriage where parties have openly cohabited for over two years Recognition of such marriages will lead to greater protections […]

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Public Lecture: Community Land under Kenya’s New Constitution

  Riara Law School is delighted to invite you to its second Law Review Action Thursday, which will be held on 29 November 2012, in Room 2/16, at the Riara University Building, beginning 3 PM to 530 PM. Come hear our special guest and law reviewer, Ms. Soipan Tuya, talk about her work with the […]

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ACCREDITATION OF LEGAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA

COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION GENERAL NOTICE ACCREDITATION OF LEGAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA UNDER THE LEGAL EDUCATION ACT, 2012 AND THE ACCREDITATION REGULATIONS, 2009 It is NOTIFIED for General information that: The Legal Education Act, 2012 has come into effect and the Act embellishes the Council of Legal Education (Accreditation of Legal Education Institutions) Regulations, […]

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MRC problem should only be handled under the precepts of international law by Prof. S. Kang’ara

Confronted with the threat of secession posed by the Mombasa Republican Council (MRC), supporters of Kenya’s unity face the following four stack choices: Ban, discipline, accommodate, or allow. Each choice is a needle that must be painstakingly threaded under the shadow of law. We live within a tight constitutional and international law milieu, and have […]

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