Collaborations in School of Law Kisumu

Boston University School Of Law Faculty And Students Visit

Students of Boston University School of Law recently visited UoN School of Law, where faculty members interacted both Staff and Students. This was part of naturing of the MOU through a symposium on comparative constitutional and administrative legal systems spanning several jurisdictions.

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International Links And Collaborations

The school of law has collaborations with various institutions including;

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Masters In Women’s Law (2015-16)

UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE FACULTY OF LAW SOUTHERN AND EASTERN AFRICAN REGIONAL CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S LAW (SEARCWL) MASTERS IN WOMEN’S LAW (2015-16) Applications are invited for the Regional Masters in Women’s Law which will be offered by the Southern and Eastern African Regional Centre for Women’s Law (SEARCWL), University of Zimbabwe, in January 2015. The Masters will consist of three(3) semesters over a period of eighteen (18) months and will run as follows; First Semester January 12 to 12 June 2015 (residential UZ) Second Semester June 29 to 2 October 2015 (residential UZ) Third Semester October 29 to 8 April 2016 (Field Research and Dissertations) (Residential at UZ 8 February to 8April 2016) The first semester will cover Theories and Perspectives in Women’s Law, Research Methodologies , Human Rights and Women and the Field Research course. In the second semester candidates will choose two courses from a number of optional courses. In the third semester, candidates will carry out field research in their own home country for their dissertation and receive field supervision. The write up of the dissertation will take place at the SEARCWL, University of Zimbabwe between February and April, 2016. Qualifications A candidate must normally have a first degree in law in the second division or above. Candidates with first degrees in other disciplines may also be considered if they have achieved the appropriate academic standard and have relevant post-graduate experience in areas related to women and the law. Well qualified candidates, particularly women with young children, and persons from marginalized groups, those managing disabilities and men are especially encouraged to apply All applicants are required to submit, with their applications, a 500 word outline of how they believe the Masters in Women’s Law will assist them in their work or national outreach activities. Successful candidates are expected to make their own leave arrangements. Basic subsistence level scholarships may be provided to successful applicants. The closing date for the receipt of applications is 15 August 2014. No late applications will be accepted. For Application Forms and More Information Contact Ms. Rudo Makunike / Mrs. Blessing Tsomondo SEARCWL-UZ 30 Mount Pleasant Drive, Mount Pleasant Harare, Zimbabwe Tel: + 263-4 – 745365/66 Fax: + 263- 4- 745348 Cell: +263 772 243 936 Email: / Application forms can be downloaded on


Mou To Be Signed Between Xiangtan University And School Of Law

Recently four members of staff from Xiangtan University in China visited the school of law whereby a discussion on academic collaboration and linkage was discussed. The two institutions shall be formalizing a MOU by July, 2014.

The delegation that visited included:

  1. XIE Yong               – Prof. Honorary Dean, School of Law, XTU.
  2. Liao Yongan          – Prof. Honorary Dean, School of Law, XTU.
  3. Zhu Weidong       – Prof. Expert of African Law, School of Law, XTU.
  4. Zeng Xinmin          –Director of International Exchange Centre, XTU.

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Our Collaborations

The Judiciary

The Kenya School of Law

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) of Kenya

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