WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TWO-FOLD PROTECTION OF IMAGERY RIGHTS IN KENYA

“There is no statutory legal framework specifically governing image rights as intellectual property in Kenya. As such, Courts in Kenya have resulted to the common[…]

The state of LGBT Organising in Africa

The move in Kenya is in sharp contrast to the Supreme Court judgement as the Bill seeks to dismantle and do away with LGBTIQ organisations[…]

“Doctrine” of Recent Possession

What is involved in the so-called doctrine of recent possession? It is difficult, indeed, to call it a doctrine for nothing is taught, nor can[…]

OBJECTIONS

Counsel must bear in mind that in deciding whether or not to object, regard must be had of the relevance and admissibility rule. What is[…]

Supranational and Municipal law in relation to the Constitution of Kenya, 2010

Article 2 (5) and (6) have nothing or of little significance to do with the monist-dualist categorization. Most importantly, it DOES NOT transform Kenya from[…]

Kenya’s Correctional Services’ ‘hidden’ potential in the Era of Sustainable Development

Humanity has the ability to make development sustainable; sustainable development having the meaning of development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising[…]

the guilty mind

Even though some refer to the Enlightenment period or the Age of Reason as one of the oldest jurisprudence of freedom, I find it interesting[…]

THE RIPPLE EFFECT

The Ripple Effect is known to most as a causation. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, it defines it as a situation in which one thing[…]

THE ACTUAL SPEECH

Oh and by the way, that does remind me… As soon as I finished reading my speech I was ready to leave the podium and[…]

adovatus diaboli

“Would you save the life of a person accused of crimes against humanity and found guilty, if they needed emergency treatment?” “Yes I would, I don’t[…]