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ENGENDERING RULE OF LAW IN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN KENYA
(Wisconsin International Law Journal, 2017)
The healthcare sector in Kenya has been in a state of turmoil for a long time with this manifesting itself in varied forms. This has in many ways translated to adverse outcomes on individuals seeking healthcare services. ...
The Fission and Fusion in International Use of Force: Relating Unlawful Use of Force and the War Crime of Disproportionate Force Not Justified By Military Necessity
(Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 2016)
The cardinal principle governing jus in bello demands a distinction between combatants and civilians and authorizes the attack of the former. In essence, loss of civilian life is prohibited unless it occurs within the ...
Discreet discretion and moderate moderation in judicial sentencing: A commentary on Kenya’s Sentencing Policy Guidelines, 2016
(STRATHMORE LAW JOURNAL, 2017-08)
Criminal sentencing is an integral part in in any judicial system for the fair administration of justice. The process of sentencing and the standards applied by judicial officers has, however, been a notoriously difficult ...
ASSESSING KENYA’S COOPERATIVE MODEL OF DEVOLUTION: A SITUATION-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS
(Federal Law Review, 2018)
Kenya’s form of quasi-federalism termed devolution was introduced under the Constitution of Kenya (2010) (‘2010 Constitution’). This governance system establishes 47 county governments which are constitutionally independent ...
The merged African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJ&HR) as a better criminal justice system than the ICC: Are we Finding African Solution to African problems or creating African problems without solutions?
(University of Nairobi Law Journal, 2015)
A completely new creature unprecedented before in international law is emerging in Africa. The African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJHR) (herein after referred to as the Merged Court) will also have a criminal ...