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Professor Yashi Pal Ghai visits School of Law Library

The School of Law Library is a highly valued source of legal information for teaching and research. The resource which has been accumulated over a period of time attracts scholars from far and wide. On Thursday the 23rd Mar. 2017, Professor Yashi Pal Ghai, an expert in Constitutional Law who served as Chair of Kenya Constitution Review Commission visited the library together with his wife. Ghai has advised and assisted NGOs on human rights law-related work and also written several books on law.

Library bids farewell to retiring staff

The Library Ag. Director and the Deputies cutting a cake with the retiring staff

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