Ken Ogutu

Ken joined the School of Law as a Tutorial Fellow in July 2016. Some of the courses he teaches are Commercial Law (second year), International Economic Law (fourth year) and Food Legislation & Nutrition Policy (fourth year – BSC Food Science).

He is a graduate of the University of Nairobi from where he obtained a Bachelor of Laws Degree in 2009 and Harvard Law School from where he obtained a Master of Laws Degree in 2015. He also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law.



Ogutu, K.  2020.  Media owes everyone accurate reporting of court decisions, May 4, 2020. The Standard.


Ogutu, K.  2019.  High Court chose safe route in gay sex case, May 28, 2019. The Standard.
K, O.  2019.  Outrage at Supreme Court over ‘hijab’ ruling misguided venting, 31 January. Daily Nation.
K, O.  2019.  Institutional Independence & Accountability: Some Ideas for Enhancing Accountability of the Judiciary to Address Corruption, 19 September. Kabarak Law School International Conference on Corruption. , Kabarak Law School, Nakuru, Kenya


K, O.  2018.  Time to amend Sexual Offences Act to lower the age of consent, May 26, 2018. Daily Nation.


K, O.  2015.  Okoa Kenya Bill Should Redeem Judiciary's Autonomy, 28 April. People Daily. :11.


K, O.  2014.  Deadbeat 'justice' exposes flaws in judicial systems, 18 September. The Standard.

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