School of Law

Year 2023

  • Elections Observation Group (ELOG) “Elections Management and Administration Safeguarding Electoral Integrity in Kenya,” Koki Muli in Safeguarding-Electoral-Integrity-in-Kenya-Regulating-Money-in-Politics, Darubini, Nairobi, Kenya, VOL. 11, 27.5.2022
  • Muli, M.K. “Understanding the Perennial Demand for Electoral Law Reform in East Africa,” in Maulana A. A. (Ed) Leading Legal Issues in Sub-Saharan Africa, (Galda Verlag, Germany, 22.8.2016) p 135-161.
  • “The Migration Debate in Kenya by Marcel Rutten and Koki Muli,” International Migration and National Development in Sub-Saharan Africa – Viewpoints and Policy Initiatives in the Countries of Origin, (Ed. Aderanti Adepoju, Ton Van Naerssen & Annelies Zoomers), Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands, 31.12.2007, 182 – 203.
    Media and democratic governance in Kenya, Koki Muli and Peter Aling'o (Eds), Kenya Human Rights Commission, Institute for Education in Democracy and Kenya Parliamentary Journalists Association, (Kenya Human Rights Commission), Nairobi, Kenya, 2007.
  • “The Broader Context: Mainstreaming Gender in Public Institutions of Governance and Democracy,” Koki Muli in Journal of African Elections, Volume 3 Number 1 June 1, 2004, pages 81-93.
  • “Disintegration or integration: Will the Institutions of the East Africa Community help it achieve its objectives?” Koki Muli in L’Afrique Oriental Annuaire,(ed. Herve Maupeu) March 1 2003, L’Harmattan Publisher, Paris, France.
  • “National Legislation and the Role of the Government and the UNHCR in the Determination of legal status of Refugees in Kenya,” Koki Muli in Michael Likosky (ed.) Transnational Legal Processes – Globalisation and Power Disparities, Butterworths, London, 1.4.2002, 440 – 465.
  • “The 1503 and the Optional Protocol Complaints Procedures,” Koki Muli in Africa Legal Aid Quarterly, Maastricht, the Netherlands, April-June 1996 (22.4.1996).
  • Muli, M.K “Help me balance the load...” Women’s rights, human rights: International Feminist Perspectives, edited by Julie Peters and Andrea Wolper, Routledge, London: December 14, 1994.
  • Valerie Kutima, ‘Right to Vote: Political Participation of Persons with Disabilities in Kenya’ (2022) Egerton University Law Journal
  • Valerie Kutima, ‘Safeguarding Human Rights in the Artificial Intelligence Era (2021) Egerton University Law Journal
  • Valerie Kutima, ‘The Role of Kenyan Law Schools in the Provision of Legal Aid in Kenya (2020) Egerton University Law Journal
  • Mathews Okoth, Law of Corporate Finance in Kenya (AML Publishers, 2023, ISBN 9789914491890)
  • Prof. Tom Ojienda, SC and Mathews Okoth, ‘The Interface between the new and previous land laws in Kenya,’ Africa Nazarene University Law Journal (2013)107.
  • Prof. Tom Ojienda, SC and Mathews Okoth, Researching Kenyan Law, Hauser Global Law School Program: New York University, available on