Part one of the first volume encompasses Topics in International Law such as Some New Thoughts on the Codification of International Law by his Excellency Judge Roberto Ago; Evidence in the Procedure of the International Court of Justice: The Role of the Court by His Excellency Judge Manfred Lachs; The Validity of International Law: an Empirical Experiment by Professor Georg Schwarzenberger, with a particularly engaging and incisive Introduction to the two volumes of Essays by Professor Ian Brownlie, Q. Human rights subjects still hold pride of place in the thinking of many legal experts and scholars and that is clearly reflected here.
The title of the second volume is African Law and Comparative Public Law.
Mooting forms a compulsory part of the undergraduate law.
Since 2011, the school has participated in several regional and international competitions including the Manfred Lachs space law Moot(2011), Manfred Lachs space Law Moot competition (2012), 1st Regional children Rights Moot Court Competition (2011), 2nd Regional Children Rights Moot Court Competition (2012), The 3rd Regional children Rights Moot court competition (2013) , the 4th Regional children Rights Moot Court competition, (2014), 23rd all African moot court competition (2014), 3rd All Kenyan Moot court Competition (2015) International Jurist Commission Kenya section (ICJ competition) essay, Manfred Lachs Moot court competition 7th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot court competition (2015) held in Geneva.
Part Five of the essays contains topics of interest in the African Legal system which has its roots in the British Common Law System.
Constitutional Law is broadly covered in part six which forms a section of its own in Volume Two. 2: This Festschrift pays tribute to Judge Taslim Olawale Elias, the leading African exponent of International Law to date.
The school has been privileged to host the prestigious Manfred Lachs space law Moot competition.
“A spirit of practical lessons through the moot court is instilled in the Campus expose learners to seek innovative solutions to real-world problems and doctrinal research.
The essays are designed to overlap in the well-tested and established fields and branches of law dealing with contemporary issues which lawyers, diplomats, political scientists, politicians and research scholars are familiar with.
The essays fully demonstrate the depth of knowledge of the eminent professors and specialists who have written them.