Ian Mwiti Mathenge

Ian Mwiti Mathenge is an LLM candidate at Harvard Law School. Before the LLM, he practiced at MAO Advocates LLP and was an assistant lecturer at Chuka University. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa ( First Class) and an LLM in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa( with distinction) from the University of Pretoria. He is one of the advocates who argued for the amicus in the BBI appeal at the Court of Appeal. His interests are comparative constitutional law, human rights, immigration law, public integrity, and law and development.

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The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Identifying the Basic Structure

The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Identifying the Basic Structure

[This is the second post in the OxHRH Blog's ongoing series on the Kenyan Court of Appeal's BBI Judgment. For Part One, see here.] Introduction Rarely do judges get to decide make-or-break cases. When these cases come to ...