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Kabarak Law Review Unveils Volume 2(2023) - A Milestone in Legal Scholarship

The Kabarak Law Review (2022-2023) Editorial Board proudly presents Kabarak Law Review Volume 2 (2023). This double-blind peer-reviewed volume, features nine meticulously curated articles spanning diverse legal topics.

In the first article, Samson Muchiri, analyses the application of res judicata to resolve jurisdictional overlaps in dispute settlement systems, with a keen focus on the challenges inherent in the World Trade Organisation Dispute Settlement Body and the Southern Common Market Dispute Settlement Body.

Kevin Kipchirchir delves into the challenges surrounding civilian protection in non-international armed conflicts. Kipchirchir reflects on the role of Common Article 3 in addressing the protection gap in non-international armed conflicts.

The second section of the Journal features reflection pieces on Professor Willy Mutunga’s inaugural lecture: In search and defence of engages radical legal education, a personal footnote delivered on 28 January 2022. This section includes reflections from Professor Issa Shivji and Kabarak law students Marion Joy Onchangwa and Nadya Rashid.

Adhering to the Kabarak Law Review tradition, the concluding sections feature concise commentary pieces, including two articles in the "Honour Your Elders" section where authors pay homage to prolific African Scholars; Bonaya Godana and Taslim Olawale Elias. "The Kianjokoma Tribute section," pays homage to the Kianjokoma brothers who were victims of police brutality. This section features one article that analyses the effectiveness of IPOA’s investigative powers. Finally, a case review of JOO V MBO[1] by Marvis Ndubi, critiques the Supreme Court of Kenya's handling of contribution computation in matrimonial property division disputes.

Kabarak Law Review is committed to producing quality legal scholarship. Each article undergoes either double-blind or meticulous single-blind reviews This commitment ensures the scholarly integrity and quality of each article.

As readers engage with KLR Volume 2(2023), the 2024 Kabarak Law Review editorial board extends an invitation to anticipate the forthcoming KLR Volume 3(2024) call for papers. Stay tuned for more updates and opportunities to contribute to the vibrant legal discourse!


[1] JOO v MBO; Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA Kenya) & Law Society of Kenya (amicus curiae), Petition No 11 of 2020, Judgement of the Supreme Court, 27 January 2023, [eKLR].

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