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 worked previously with the Kenyan Judiciary as a Legal Researcher based at the High Court in Machakos, the Judiciary Transformation Secretariat and the Judiciary Training Institute. He has also taught as an adjunct faculty at the Riara Law School and consulted with a number of other organizations such as the International Development Law Organization, the Carter Center, the Ethics & Integrity Institute, the Partnership for African Social & Governance Research and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law.

His research interests are in law, governance and democracy, with a focus on leadership and integrity, judicial reforms and electoral law.

He is currently working on a book on rebuilding the rule of law in Kenya.

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