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 LLM in International Human Rights Law, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Bachelor of Laws Degree, University of Nairobi, Kenya

Where did you grow up?
Nairobi, Kenya

Current research topic:
Digital open source evidence: Enhancing state accountability for human rights violations through the courts in Kenya

Academic supervisor:
Prof Christof Heyns and Dr Thomas Probert

Position prior to the programme:
Advocate of the High Court of Kenya Lecturer & Research Director, Strathmore University Law School


Book Chapter

Claire Adionyi,, ‘Impact of COVID-19 on Peace and Security in Africa’ in Contemporary Issues in Politics and International Relations, Nesrin Kenar (Editor), IJOPEC Book Series on Global Studies (Vol.6) (forthcoming).

The Health Act 2017: Examining Quality Control in Kenya’s Healthcare Facilities” – Forthcoming in Strathmore Law Journal, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2019

Unpublished Writing

When States fail to deliver on Access to Medicines: Approaches for Accountability & Redress, August, 2016, LL.M Thesis (cum laude)

The Right of Women to Own Property in Kenya, 2013, LL.B Thesis

Conference Paper

Are Domestic Laws in Kenya and India Effective in Prosecuting Transnational Human Trafficking? – National Conference on Discourses on Human Trafficking: Reflections on Various Perspectives, February 2020, Hyderabad, India


Recipient of the 2020 Visiting Professor & Scholar Award – the International Association of Law Schools (IALS)