Dean's Message

Africa Nazarene University Law School provides its students with the opportunity to become leaders in the legal field both nationally and internationally. Our all-encompassing programmes and activities are geared towards the sharpening of skills, integrity and character, rather than just the impartation of knowledge of law. In line with Africa Nazarene University’s mission and vision, ANULS is committed to providing excellent legal education that stimulates our students’ academic, spiritual, moral and social potential.

The main thrust of the Law School is to produce law graduates who are committed to the ideal that to be a good lawyer is to serve the community. Among our many goals is the pursuit of intellectual liveliness and competitiveness. Towards this end, we encourage both our staff and students to be stimulated intellectually through, among other ways, participating in public lectures, debates and conferences on current issues affecting our society; engagement in moot court tournaments and offering legal assistance to indigent persons.

Additionally, the Law School is also committed, as one of its strategic objectives, to increasing the quality and quantity of its research output. We have dedicated academics, who are research-active and leaders in their respective fields of knowledge. Above all, the geographic location of Africa Nazarene University, which hosts the Law School, makes it an environment that is conducive for learning.


Why Us

The ANULS Bachelor of Laws degree programme is aimed at producing competent lawyers of character, equipped for legal practice and other law related careers. In Kenya, the LLB is the basic requirement to enter into legal practice. The Africa Nazarene University training philosophy focuses on preparing its graduates to go into the world well-prepared to meet the challenges of their time, which include personal and organizational corruption, violence, disunity, poverty and unemployment, disease, and a crisis of leadership.
The LLB programme will therefore prepare graduates to address these challenges of their time in a number of ways. First, the University Common Courses include units in Christian Ethics to provide a foundation for moral and ethical knowledge and values. Secondly, the LLB programme is structured not only to offer training in legal knowledge and skills so as to prepare students for success in legal practice, but also to prepare them for positive roles in the community through requisite and elective units.
Because of the vision and mission on which its based, and due to the needs of the African continent, the LLB programme, based firmly in Common Law, will train graduates who have the skills and knowledge to support themselves and their families, in addition to expertise and competence that enables them identify and address needs in their local and regional community.

To achieve this ANULS is committed to offering:
• Excellent Teaching and Research
• Excellent Facilities
Excellent Teaching and Research
Our teaching benefits from the dynamic research being done by our academic staff. The ANULS encourages a strong and vibrant community where effective teaching and supervision of research is a high priority. The staff at ANULS are committed to small group teaching and ensuring that staff are accessible to students. The school also has excellent moot court facilities which enable the students to practice the skills they are learning at ANULS.
Excellent Facilities
The school has excellent facilities for teaching and research. These include:
• The law library located in Grace Roles Building;
• A moot court room;
• Power point projectors;
• White board;
• Public address system for big classes; and
• An electronic learning platform.
In addition to having paper resources at Grace Roles, we subscribe to a wide range of online journals and have access to major legal databases such as HeinOnline and Lexis-Nexis.
ANULS is an exciting and rewarding place to study. Students are taught by leading scholars who have trained all over the world.


Accreditations Networks and Affiliations of the school / department

ANULS is fully accreditation by the Council of Legal Education.


Name
Dr. Duncan Ojwang
Qualifications

•Doctorate in Law and Policy from the University of Arizona
•Master of Laws in International Human Rights Law from Indiana University
•Juris Doctorate from Southern Illinois University
•Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University

Contactsdojwang@anu.ac.ke

Name
Juliana Njiriri
Qualifications
  • Masters Degree in International Law from the University of Surrey, Guildford (UK).
  • Law Degree from Moi University
Publications

Publications and Research

J. W Njiriri, The need for Local Tribunal in Kenya to try Local Suspects

J. W Njiriri, Kenya Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission in Dealing with Past Human Rights Atrocities. (2009)

Research Assistant in the 1st Regional Conference & Moot Court on Children & the Law was held in Catholic University of East Africa on the 8th -13th December 2011.

Research Assistant in the World Human Right Moot Court 8th – 9th December, 2011 in South Africa. Catholic University of Eastern Africa won the Best Team in Africa.

Research Supervisor in various laws topics for Dissertation in Partial Fulfilment in LLB course, Catholic University.

Editor and patron of Africa Nazarene University Law Journal

Contactsjnjiriri@anu.ac.ke

Name
Dr. Lois M. Musikali
Qualifications

PhD (University of Manchester, UK)

Master of Laws (University of Durham, UK)

Bachelor of Laws (University of Leicester, UK)

Areas of Teaching and Specializations

Company Law
Cooperatives and Partnerships Law
Labour Law
Banking and Negotiable Instruments
Legal Research and Writing

Publications

RESEARCH/CONSULTANCY INTERESTS
• Corporate Governance

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Musikali, P. M. and Musikali, L. M. (2015), ‘Regulation of Mobile Money: A Case- Study of Kenya’s MPesa’, JKUAT Law Journal Volume 1 (2015).

2. Musikali, L.M. and Musikali, E. M. (2015), ‘Legislating Corporate Social Responsibility in Kenya’s Extractive Industry: A case study of the Mui Coal Mining Project’, Africa Nazarene University Law Journal, Vol. 3(1) 2015.

3. Musikali, P. M. and Musikali, L. M. (2013), ‘The Role of Mediation in the Resolution of the South Sudan Crisis’, Africa Nazarene University Law Journal, Vol. 1 Issue 2.

4. Musikali, L. M. (2013), ‘Director and Shareholding Interlocks in Kenya’s Plcs: How to Address the Nominee Question? – A Cultural Perspective’, International Company and Commercial Law Review.

5. Musikali, L. M. (2010), ‘Why Kenya should reconsider its ultra vires doctrine in corporate law’, International Company and Commercial Law Review 21(9), 301-304.

6. Musikali, L. M. (2009), ‘Why Criminal Sanctions Still Matter in Corporate Governance’, International Company and Commercial Law Review 20(4), 133-141.

7. Musikali, L. M. (2008), ‘The Law affecting Corporate Governance in Kenya: a need for review’, International Company and Commercial Law Review 19(7), 213-227.

Contactslmusikali@anu.ac.ke

Name
Collbert Ojiambo
Qualifications

LLM (Pretoria)

Dip Law (KSL)

LLB (Nairobi)

Areas of Teaching and Specializations
  • International Trade and Investment in Africa
  • International Criminal law.
Publications

‘The Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo: Emerging Jurisprudence on the Principles of Reparations for Victims of International Crimes’ (2013) 1/1 Africa Nazarene University Law Journal 122-129

Contactscojiambo@anu.ac.ke

Name
Rodgers Otieno Odhiambo
Qualifications

•Post Graduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law.
•LLM Law and Political Justice, Birkbeck, University of London (UK).
•LLB (Hons) Birkbeck, University of London (UK).

Areas of Teaching and Specializations

– Family Law, Law of Succession, Criminal Law, Law of Torts, Professional Ethics and Responsibility, Social Foundations of Law.

– My research interests include: access to family justice; family mediation; the interaction between family law and other areas of law; the legal position of children in family law; child and family in private international law; the legal and inter-personal attempts to resolve or prevent inheritance conflicts; the socio-cultural impacts of the extractive projects on the indigenous people.

Contactsrodhiambo@anu.ac.ke

  • AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL CALL FOR ARTICLES

    The Africa Nazarene University Law Journal (ANULJ) publishes contributions dealing with comparative and international law, with a special focus on topics of relevance to Africa. Principally, ANULJ intends to stimulate scholarly research into the comparative and

    International aspects of law that is relevant to Africa. It is published under the auspices of the Africa Nazarene University Law School in Nairobi, Kenya. The Journal is published twice in a year, in April and November.

     

    The Journal calls for original unpublished articles on any area of comparative and international law for its second issue to be published in November 2016. All submitted articles will be peer reviewed.

     

    Submission Guidelines

    Articles submitted for publication should not have been previously published. Articles should be between 8,000 and 16,000 words (including footnotes) while reviews of cases and books should not be more than 1,500 words. They should be typed in Times New Roman, at 12 point (footnotes 10 point) font size and with 1.5 spacing.

     

    Articles should be in conformity with the citation style prescribed in the 4th edition of the Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) which can be accessed at:

    http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/published/OSCOLA_4th_edn_Hart_2012.pdf

     

    Submitted articles should have an abstract of not more than 250 words and should also include a short professional profile of the author(s). The deadline for submission for the current call for articles is 20 August 2016. Articles should be submitted by e-mail in MS Word format to the Editorial Board: anulj@anu.ac.ke

     

    For more information visit:

    http://www.anu.ac.ke/pages/law-department-call-for-articles/

  • Africa Center for International and Comparative Law Studies (ACICLS)

    Law

    The Africa Center for International and Comparative Law Studies (ACICLS) is established within Africa Nazarene University Law School to promote studies, research and other related activities on international and comparative law, with a focus on Africa. The Center deliberately interrogates, in robust academic and other practical ways, what international and comparative law portend for Africa.

    The establishment of the Center fits within the overall global strategy and mission of systematic internationalisation and harmonisation of the world’s legal systems. In line with this strategy, the Center assists in discovering new approaches and mechanisms that will facilitate this mission. With the help of its various activities and programmes, the Center endeavours to ensure that existing international legal institutions, approaches and mechanisms in Africa are fully functional and fulfill the purpose for which they were established or formulated.

    The Center intends to attract experts from across the world to think critically and innovatively on how pressing international and comparative law issues affecting Africa can be tackled. It has been designed to be a world-class interdisciplinary hub for critical thinkers, collaborative researchers and consultants on international and comparative law issues. Towards this end, the Center, among other things, organises consultative forums, seminars, conferences, consultancies and public events on emerging issues in its areas of priority.

    The vision of the Center is to provide an institutional platform for engaging in international and comparative law issues affecting Africa. The mission of the Center is to engage in capacity building initiatives that will put into perspective international and comparative law issues affecting Africa.

  • Africa Nazarene Law Journal

    Law Journal

    The Africa Nazarene University Law Journal (ANULJ) publishes contributions dealing with international and comparative law, with a special focus on topics of relevance to Africa. Principally, ANULJ intends to stimulate scholarly research into the international and comparative aspects of law that is relevant to Africa. It is published by JUTA Law under the auspices of the Africa Nazarene University Law School in Nairobi, Kenya. The Journal is published twice in a year, in April and November.

     

    Editorial Information

    The Journal comprises of both an Editorial Board and an International Editorial Advisory Board.

    Editorial Board

    The Editorial Board is responsible for receiving and reviewing submissions for publication. It liaises with peer-reviewers in the process of conducting such reviews.

    Editors-in-Chief

    Dr. Morris Kiwinda Mbondenyi

    Senior Lecturer in Law; Head, Africa Nazarene University School of Law

    Dr. Tom Kabau

    Senior Lecturer in Law, African Nazarene University School of Law

    Editors

    Dr. Lois Musikali

    Senior Lecturer in Law, Africa Nazarene University School of Law

    Mr. Colbert Ojiambo

    Lecturer, Africa Nazarene University School of Law

    Mr. James Mamboleo

    Lecturer, Africa Nazarene University School of Law

    Mr. Ambani Osogo

    Lecturer, Moi University School of Law

    Ms. Evelyne Asaala

    Lecturer, University of Nairobi School of Law

    Dr. Anthony Munene

    Assistant Director, Advocates Training Programme and Paralegal Studies, Kenya School of Law

    Ms. Angela Nkatha Mutema

    Lecturer in Law, Africa Nazarene University School of Law

    Dr. Jack Mwimali

    Senior Lecturer, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology School of Law

    Mr. Paul Ogendi

    Technical Assistant/Researcher, African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

    International Editorial Advisory Board

    The International Editorial Advisory Board consists of individuals selected for their expertise in matters relating to international and comparative law. Their primary role is to assist in the process of ensuring that ANULJ consistently publishes materials of a high scholarly standard. Any member of the Advisory Board may contact the editors at any time to discuss ideas or concerns relating to the Journal.

    Prof. Ademola Abass

    Head of Program and Research Fellow Regional Peace and Security, United Nations University Institute for Comparative Regional Integration Studies

    Prof. Christopher Mbazira

    Associate Professor of Law, Makerere University

    Prof. Edwin Abuya

    Associate Professor of Law, University of Nairobi

    Prof. John Dugard

    Member, International Law Commission; Extraordinary Professor, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria

    Prof. Makau Mutua

    Dean, SUNY Distinguished Professor, SUNY Buffalo Law School

    Prof. Nsongorua Udombana

    Professor of International Law; Dean, Faculty of Law University of Uyo, Nigeria

    Prof. Rachael Murray

    Director, Human Rights Implementation Centre University of Bristol Law School

    Prof. Tom Ojienda

    Associate Professor of Law, Moi University

    Prof. Eric Myjer

    Professor of Public International Law at Utrecht University

    Prof. PLO Lumumba

    Director/Chief Executive and Secretary, Kenya School of Law Board

     

    Instructions for Contributors

    Articles submitted for publication should not have been previously published. Articles should be between 8,000 and 16,000 words (including footnotes) while reviews of cases and books should not be more than 1,500 words. They should be typed in Times New Roman, at 12 point (footnotes 10 point) font size and with 1.5 spacing. Articles should be in conformity with the citation style prescribed in the Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA). The 2006 edition of OSCOLA has citation guidelines for international instruments (such as treaties and resolutions adopted under the United Nations) while the 2012 version is an updated guide for other authorities (such as books, book chapters and journals). Both the 2006 and 2012 versions of OSCOLA can be accessed at: http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/publications/oscola.php

    Submitted articles should have an abstract of not more than 250 words and should also include a short professional profile of the author(s). Articles may be submitted at any time and will be peer reviewed for publication either in the April or November issue of the Journal. They should be submitted by e-mail in MS Word format to the Editorial Board: anulj@anu.ac.ke

     

    Previous Issues

    Fourth Issue – Volume 2(2) 2014

    – Judicial attitudes to corruption in Nigeria: Passivism, Activism or ‘Pragmactivism’?

    – Transition to devolved government in Kenya

    – Payment systems and mobile money in Malawi: Towards financial inclusion and financial integrity

    – The status of international law in Kenya

    – Family law reforms in Kenya: A feminist critique

    – Legal recognition of customary law marriages celebrated by proxy: Perspectives from Nigeria

    – Applicability of alternative dispute resolution and plea bargaining in the Nigerian criminal justice system

    Third Issue – Volume 2(1) 2014

    – Non-participation in the communications procedure of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

    – Political and socio-economic transformation under a new constitutional dispensation: An analysis of the 2010 Kenyan Constitution as a transformative Constitution

    – South Africa’s reasonableness test and its rejection of the United Nations’ minimum core concept

    – International law protecting women from domestic abuse: Is it a fallacy?

    Realising the right to health in Nigeria: Incongruities between international obligations and domestic implementation

    – Litigating human rights through a sub-regional trade judicial mechanism: The case of the ECOWAS Court of Justice

    Book review

    Danwood M Chirwa Human Rights under the Malawian Constitution (2011) Cape Town: Juta Law Publishers, 555 pp

    Second Issue – Volume 1(2) 2013

    – Application of the Kenyan Bill of Rights: Legal insights from comparative constitutional law and jurisprudence

    – Whose marriage is it anyway? An analysis of the compatibility of polygamy with international human rights Law

    – Revisiting the principle of the best interests of the child in the law on children: Its history, meaning, legal prescriptions and minimum operational standards

    – The right to fair administrative action in Kenya: Lessons from South Africa’s experience

    – Integrative constitutionalisation of international soft law: A case study on the application of the United Nations business and human rights framework and its implication for business corporations in Kenya

    – Truth-seeking in Kenya: Assessing the effectiveness of the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission of Kenya

    – The role of mediation in the resolution of the South Sudan crisis

    First Issue – Volume 1(1) 2013

    ICTR’s contribution to the future of international criminal justice and the fight against impunity in Africa

    – The 2010 Constitution and the application of international law in Kenya: A case of migration to monism or regression to dualism?

    – Locating the right to development in Kenya

    – Fiscal decentralisation in Kenya and South Africa: A comparative analysis

    – Interface between Kenya’s old and new land laws: Is there a philosophical shift?

    Case review

    – The Prosecutor v Thomas Lubanga Dyilo: Emerging jurisprudence on the principles of reparations for victims of international crimes

     

    Subscriptions

    For subscription enquiries and orders visit http://jutalaw.co.za/products/africa-nazarene-university-law-journal or contact:

    JUTA Client Services
    JUTA Law
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  • ANU HOSTS AFRICA'S 1ST REGIONAL FDI MOOT COURT COMPETITIONS

    In a fast globalizing world, the law on Foreign Direct Investment is continuously evolving. The greatest challenge for scholars and practitioners in this area of law is to strike a balance between the competing interests of host states with those of foreign direct investors.

     

    Foreign Direct Investments create opportunities that Africa needs to develop her economy. To make this possible, a meshwork of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts converge to define obligations between host States and foreign investors and to create internationalized procedures for resolving related disputes. The ANU FDI Moot Court Competition seeks to help future lawyers attain a practical understanding of resolving such disputes and developing skills in support of the advancement of suitable structures of arbitration.

     

    Cognizant of this emerging need, Africa Nazarene University (ANU) through the ANU Law School (ANULS) in partnership with the Centre for International Legal Studies headquartered in Salzburg, Austria organized Africa’s First Regional Round of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Moot Court Competition that took place between 19th and 20th August, 2016.

     

    The keynote speech was delivered by Ms. Stella Munyi, Director of Legal & Host Country Affairs Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairsand International Trade on behalf of the Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and international Trade, Amb. (Dr.) Amina Mohamed. In her message, the Cabinet Secretary emphasized the need for arbitration and notably commended ANU’s efforts in contributing to Kenya’s conference diplomacy.

     

    The CS asserted the significance of enhancing student understanding and interest in the arbitration processes. She stated that the Government had supported the establishment of the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration (NICA) –a renowned seat for international arbitration.

     

    Her sentiments were echoed by Dr. Moses Ikiara, MD, Kenya Investment Authority who observed that FDI was an engine of growth that Kenya was taking seriously in her efforts to catapult economic development under Vision 2030 programmes.

     

    The Moot Court competition saw the spirited participation of students from over 15 Universities across the African Continent with Europe being represented by the Czech Republic.

     

    ANU Vice Chancellor Prof. Leah Marangu urged the participants to fully embrace the workshop and leverage on it to nurture their research and advocacy skills in an effort to attain a versatile legal acumen.

     

    The FDI Moot Court Competition closed its curtains with an award ceremony to recognize the top performing student participants. KSL Student and ANU Alumni John Nyange scooped the “Most Promising Advocate” Award while the “Best Oralist” Award went to Kenyatta University student Christopher Rozana.

    Overall winners Kenya School of Law (KSL) Team Skotnikov clinched the top position and ANU Team Guillaume came in a close second. The two teams will travel to Argentina for the Foreign Direct Investments Global Rounds Moot Court Competitions on November 4 – 6, 2016.

    The ANU Law School anticipates to crown the FDI Moot Court with a conference that will facilitate the presentation of scholarly papers contributing to the ANU Law School Journal – the only internationally acclaimed Law Journal published by a Law School in Kenya. The journal publishes research on international and comparative law with specific focus on Africa.

    “What begins here, transforms the world”

  • LAW SCHOOL STUDY TOUR 2016

    ANU Law SchoolTour poster A3 Amended April 2016

     

    Download ANU Academic Tour Registration Form Law School 2016 to register.

     

    Contact: studytours@anu.ac.ke

  • Event: Foreign Direct Investment Moot 2016-Africa Regional Rounds;

    Dates: 19th to 21st August 2016;

    Venue: Africa Nazarene University Law School;

     

    Overview of the FDI Moot Court Competition

    Increasing international investment, the proliferation of international investment treaties, domestic legislation, and international investment contracts have contributed to the development of a new field of international law that defines obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized procedures (e.g. ICSID) for resolving related disputes. These disputes involve not only vast sums, but also a panoply of rights, duties, and shifting objectives at the juncture of national and international law and policy. The FDI Moot helps future lawyers attain a practical understanding of these issues. The case and hearings offer a unique forum for academics and practitioners from around the world to discuss developments – and assess emerging talents. The FDI Moot spans approximately six months each year in two phases, written memorials for claimant and respondent and the hearing of oral argument.

    Africa Regional Rounds

    Africa Nazarene University Law School will play host to the FDI-Africa Regional Rounds from the 19th to the 21st of August 2016.

    Africa region teams must participate via the Nairobi Regional Competition with the top Regional teams each advancing to the Globals and eligible for support from the Thomas Wälde Fund (TWF). The African Regional host has arranged for subsidized Registration Fees for teams from Africa (€100 or US $110).

     

    Guidelines on Regional Memorials/Skeleton Briefs

    A team taking part in a Regional must submit a “Skeleton Brief” before the Regional hearings (and not full memorials). The below adaptation of FDI Moot Rules, Article 6 applies to Skeleton Briefs:
    6.2.1. – Skeleton Briefs shall only include items a. and e.
    6.2.2. – Skeleton Briefs may NOT contain additional parts or exhibits.
    6.3. – Each Skeleton Brief, including any footnotes, shall be 1500 words or less.
    6.4. – Skeleton Briefs may be drafted in topic outline style.
    6.5. – Not applicable (see 6.2.1. above).
    6.7. – The review criteria shall be adjusted according the nature of Skeleton Briefs.
    6.9. – One day before the Regional Hearings, each Team shall receive access to the Skeleton Briefs drafted by other Teams.

    Teams advancing from the Regionals to the Global must then submit full memorials; teams not advancing from the Regional may then submit full memorials.

    Contact information

    For more information, kindly visit: www.fdimoot.org or www.anu.ac.ke  or use the following contact emails: admin@fdimoot.org, africa@fdimoot.org, lawschool@anu.ac.ke

    FDI Regional Rounds Poster.

     

     

     

     

     

  • MOOT COURT COMPETITIONS - UK & ZAMBIA

    Society for International Economic Law Sponsors ANU Law School – UK

    Africa Nazarene University Law School has received sponsorship from the Society for International Economic Law, to participate in the 8th Annual Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot Court Competition to be held at the Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London, from 28th October to 3rd November 2015. The participants are Eugene Masai and Winnie Gitahi and they will be accompanied by Wycliffe Nyabuto as their Team Coach.

     

    All African Human Rights Moot Court Competition. – Zambia

    Africa Nazarene University Law School will participate in the 24th Annual All Africa Human Rights Moot Court Competition to be held in Lusaka, Zambia, at the University of Zambia, from 5th to 10th October 2015.

    The participants are Zeus Mitto and Charles Mugane and they will be accompanied by Colbert Ojiambo as their Team Coach.

  • LAW SCHOOL STUDY TOURS 2015, STRASBOURG: FRANCE

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
    1.How do I apply for my visa? And where?

    Organizers are in place to assist you in the procedures once you have registered for travelling. All the information will be shared upon registration.

    2.If travelling to more than 2 countries; how do I process for all the Visas?
    All the Countries you are travelling to are in a regional block by the name European Union (EU) with a single currency The Euro. Some of the countries are in a special group called Schegen Area that allows use of a single Visa to enter all member countries.

    PACKAGES INCLUDE:
    a.Return air fare on Brussels/Turkish Airlines Accommodation – Sharing
    (students are accommodated in ¾ stars hotels)
    b.Daily Continental breakfast
    c.Schengen Visa
    d.English speaking tour Manager
    e.Sightseeing and orientation tours included in the itinerary
    f.Daily transportation on luxury coaches and other transportation listed in the itinerary
    g.Airport, city entrance and hotel taxis
    h.Travel Insurance

    EXCLUDES:
    a.Optional tours and sights charges
    b.Meals not mentioned-lunch and Dinner
    c.Personal expenses such as hotel services-laundry, phone calls etc

    WEATHER
    August is the summer season with favorable temperatures to explore Europe. A good time to visit with sunshine and no rain.
    It’s also the holiday’s peak month and the weather is fantastic for touring.

    BUDGET AND MONEY USE
    Europe is a continent full of attractions and having adequate amount for personal expenses is encouraged.
    Currency used is Euros: Exchange Kenya Shillings with Euros before the day of departures.

    France tour – Groups

  • 3rd Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court on Human Rights

    3rd Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court on Human Rights in 2013 held in Pune India, where the Africa Nazarene University Team emerged the Best Team in the Foreign Category. John Nyanje was crowned the Best Oralist in the Foreign Category. This was the first trip abroad for law students.

  • 4th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court on Human Rights

    2. 4th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court on Human Rights held in 2014 held in Pune India, where the Africa Nazarene University Law School scooped the ‘Best Female Oralist’ in the Foreign Category and the award for the ‘Best Female Team.’ ANU was represented by Beatrice Kioko and Winnie Gitahi.

  • The 13th Kenya Model United Nations International Law Moot Court Competition

    The 13th Kenya Model United Nations International Law Moot Court Competition held at the United Nations Office in Gigiri, where a hypothetical case on international law was argued, being a simulation of International Court of Justice proceedings. Our team reached the quarter-finals. Eugene Masai and Zeus Mitto represented the Law School.

  • Intervarsity Debate on the Establishment of an International and Organised Crimes Division in the High Court of Kenya

    Intervarsity Debate on the Establishment of an International and Organised Crimes Division in the High Court of Kenya held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, hosted by Wayamo Foundation in conjunction with the German Embassy. Eugene Masai, Beatrice Kioko and Rodgers Ngelese represented the Law School. The team won the debate, with Beatrice Kioko as the ‘Best Oralist.’

  • The 1st Anniversary Celebrations of Kenyan Legal

    The 1st Anniversary Celebrations of Kenyan Legal held at Kenyatta University Law School. Kenyan Legal is a platform for law students across the country to air out legal issues that affect Kenyans daily. ANU law students will participate routinely in this endeavour.

  • 2nd All Kenyan Moot Court Competition

    2nd All Kenyan Moot Court Competition held at Kenyatta University Law School from 14th to 15th February 2014. The hypothetical case argued was on international law and was presented before a simulation of the Supreme Court of Kenya. The ANU team reached the quarter-finals stage and was represented by Christine Righa and Eric Wanbugu.

  • 2nd Inter-University Human Rights Debate Championship

    2nd Inter-University Human Rights Debate Championship held at Strathmore University from 7th to 8th 2013. Eugene Masai and Sammy Osimbo reached the finals of the Public Speaking Category. Sammy Osimbo won the Public Speaking Contest and the award of ‘Best Oralist’ as Eugene was contended with First Runners-Up.

  • 2nd Kenya Model United Nations Mock Debate

    2nd Kenya Model United Nations Mock Debate held at Moi University from 22nd to 26th January 2014. Lydia Njoki, Zeus Mitto, Eugene Masai and Cynthia Kimani represented position papers and wrote mock General Assembly Resolutions as simulation of United Nations General Assembly proceedings.

  • 3rd Annual Regional Children’s Rights Moot Court Competition

    3rd Annual Regional Children’s Rights Moot Court Competition held at Kabarak University from 17th to 20th November 2013 organized by Save the Children International. ANULS was represented Eugene Masai and Wanja Gatumu who reached the semi-finals.

  • 3rd Inter-University Human rights Debate Championship

    3rd Inter-University Human rights Debate Championship held at St. Paul’s University in Limuru and the team comprising of Beatrice Kioko and Victor Owino reached the semi-finals in the Debate Category.

  • The 3rd Annual Kabarak University Conference on Innovative Research and Development

    The 3rd Annual Kabarak University Conference on Innovative Research and Development held at Kabarak University. Boaz Nyakeri, Samantha Mugo and Eugene Masai represented ANULS with the paper entitled ‘Legal Education, Training and Research.

  • 22nd and 23rd All Africa Moot Court on Human Rights

    22nd and 23rd All Africa Moot Court on Human Rights organized by the Centre of Human Rights in the University of Pretoria South Africa in 2013 and 2014 respectively. The former took place in the University of Western Cape South Africa and the latter at the University of Nairobi. ANULS took part in the moot, with Beatrice and Eugene representing the University in the latter.

  • Professor Hastings O. Ogendo International Moot Court

    Professor Hastings O. Ogendo International Moot Court held at Kenyatta University Law School where ANU Law School warm the ‘Best Applicant Memorial.’

  • 13th to 14th November 2014.

    Between 13th and 14th November 2014, a group of ANULS students visited the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights as part of our continued efforts to expose our students to different international institutions. They had a healthy tour of the institution, and participated in an open discussion with court officials on how to popularize the workings of the court among State Parties.

  • Establishments of Law Clubs in Selected High Schools in Kenya.

    As part of our commitment to our Motto ‘Character, Competence and Community, ANULS has established Law Clubs in selected High Schools in Kenya. The aim of this is to develop capacity building of those students who may be interested in pursuing law as a profession. We also aim to educate members of these clubs on basic legal knowledge for dissemination to other students in their schools. To honour this noble initiative, Professor Morris Mbondenyi, Dean of Law School donated two of his authored Constitutional Law books to Limuru Girls High School.

  • ANULS Peace Week

    In 2012 ANULS held a Peace Week where guests were invited including, the Chairperson of Law Society of Kenya, Mr. Alfred Mutua who sensitized students on the need to play a critical role in maintaining peace during the 2013 electioneering period.

  • LAW SCHOOL CAKE CUTTING

    “The starting point of all achievement is desire” Napolean Hill.

    These words have been evidently echoed by the ANU Law School. In honor of the school’s full accreditation on May 29, 2014, the school’s faculty and students organized a cake cutting ceremony on Wednesday November 12, 2014.

    “Do not consent to defeat or lack the patience and motivation to push on.” was the message from Vice Chancellor Prof Marangu as she documented the journey and hurdles that were overcome to achieve the accreditation. She urged the students to have the same resilience and dared them to dream and overcome hardships in their journeys to hoist their flags on the highest of mountains – a reference she made to making a mark in the world.

    The Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Reed honored the great sense of accomplishment by the Law School as the first of the Nazarene Institutions in the world to have a Law School. He pressed them to remember that their accomplishments are God ordained and directed, whilst commending the school’s faculty for their stewardship.

    The School’s Dean Prof. Morris Mbondenyi and Chair Dr. Tom Kabau reminisced on the school’s journey thanking the VC, DVC and fellow faculty for their commitment into the success of the Law School.

    Doreen Kiogora, a fourth year, gave a short history on the positive changes she has witnessed. She among other students displayed gratification to the school and their role in offering an impressionable academic experience.

    We congratulate the Law School. Kudos team!!!

    “What begins here, transforms the world”