Bachelor of Laws, Moi University
LLM in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa, University of Pretoria
Where did you grow up?
Current research topic:
Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration in Countering Violent Extremism in Africa
Prof Christof Heyns and Prof Stuart Maslen
Position prior to the programme:
An Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a lecturer at Strathmore University, Kenya and a Junior Associate with Maendeleo Group- an Africa Focused Strategy, Development and Advisory Firm on Political & Business Risk Analysis; Democratic Governance; Sustainable Development; Peace and Security.
Josephat Kilonzo & Duncan Okubasu, Judicialisation of ‘Mega’ Politics in Kenya: Contributor to Democratization or Mere Recipe for Institutional Backlash? (Forthcoming Book Chapter to be published by International Commission of Jurists – Kenyan Chapter)
George Mukundi Wachira & Josephat Kilonzo, AU Institutional Reforms: Legal Implications for Member States (2018) Tana Papers – A Collection of Policy Briefs
Unpublished LLM Thesis 2017: Politics of Memory and the Realisation of Transformative Constitutionalism in Kenya.
“Transformation of Judicial Review in Kenya Under the New Constitutional Order” The Platform July 2016 Issue.
“Kenyan Court of Appeal Shackles the Novel and Innovative Remedies for Socio-Economic Rights Violation” The Platform July 2016 Issue.
“Death Penalty in Kenya and The Global Trend Towards its Abolition”, International Journal for Human Rights and Constitutional Studies (2015), Vol. 3, No. 2, pp.137–156.
"Analysis of Consumer Rights and Protection in Kenya Under the Consumer Protection Act 2012", MOI LAW REVIEW JOURNAL (1st Edition, 2014) Law Africa Publishing ISBN 9966-031-79-2.
Nelson Mandela Prize 2017 – Best Academic Performance in the 2017 LLM in Human Rights and Democratisation class.
German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst- DAAD) Scholarship 2017
CB Madan Student Award 2016 – Presented by The Platform for the essay ‘Kenyan Court of Appeal Shackles the Novel and Innovative Remedies for Socio-Economic Rights Violation’ critiquing the infamous Court of Appeal decision in Kenya Airports Authority v Mitu-Bell Welfare Society & 2 Others (2016) eKLR.