Strathmore Law Review

Volume 5, Number 1, August 2020

The Strathmore Law Review is an annual peer-reviewed, student-edited academic law journal published by the Strathmore University Law School in conjunction with the Strathmore University Press. It considers submissions from undergraduate and masters students from any university, and is published each month of February. For more information or inquiry, please reach as at
Arnold Nciko(Editor-in-Chief) and Michelle Malonza(Managing Editor)
Prof. Borja Lopez, Acting Dean, Strathmore University Law School

Through the Economic Cost of Discrimination: The Way forward for Women in the Somali Customary Justice System

Abdullahi Ali

Examining the Reporting Mechanism for Sexual Harassment at the Workplace: A Focus on Section 6 of the Kenyan Employment Act

Kelly Nyaga

In Defence of the Homeland: Unclogging the Legal Regime Governing Counterterrorism in Nigeria through Paradigms from the United States

Olusola Babatunde Adegbite

The Threat of a Rising Sea Level: Saving Statehood through the Adoption of Uti Possidetis Juris

Kelvin Mbatia

Finding a Legal Balance between the Right to Strike and Right to Education in Kenya

Vicky Aridi

Implementation of East African Community Law by Partner States: A review of relevant laws

Augustus Mutemi Mbila

An Inquiry into the Limits of judicial Intervention in the Impeachment Process of Governors in Kenya

Andrea Munyao

Do Constitutions Matter? The Dilemma of a Radical Lawyer

Issa Gulamhussein Shivji

‘Constitution-making from the middle’:Notes for Opening Remarks by the Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth

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