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Sarah Kinyanjui is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Nairobi, School of Law, Mombasa Campus and is currently serving as the Associate Dean. She also teaches a postgraduate course on Women and the Criminal Justice at the Southern and Eastern African Regional Centre for Women's Law in Zimbabwe. Kinyanjui is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and accredited assistant counsel at the International Criminal Court.



Kinyanjui Sarah.  2016.  A Study on Community Service and Probation for Women in Kenya:. Towards Gender-Sensitive Alternatives to Imprisonment .
Kinyanjui Sarah, Akech M.  2016.  Towards Structured Sentencing in Kenya: A Case for Reform’. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies . 9(1)


Kinyanjui Sarah.  2015.  21st Century Slavery? Interrogating the Treatment of Kenyan Female Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia, June 2015 Canadian Law and Society Association Annual Confrence.


Kinyanjui Sarah.  2014.  Towards Achieving Penal Institutional Reforms. Best Practices in Prisons in Kenya .


Akech, M, Kinyanjui Sarah.  2013.  Pretrial Detention in Kenya: Balancing the Rights of Criminal Defendants and the Interests of Justice’. East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights 1.. 19(1)


Kinyanjui, S.  2012.  • Best Practices in the Administration of Criminal Justice, 2012. : Muslim for Human Rights (MUHURI)


Kinyanjui, S.  2011.  • Best Practices in the Administration of Criminal Justice, 2011. : Muslim for Human Rights
Kinyanjui, S.  2011.  • Pre-Trial Detention in Kenya , 2011. : Open Society Initiative for East Africa
Kinyanjui, S.  2011.  • Sentencing in Kenya: Trends, Practices and Perceptions . Legal Resources Foundation.



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