Strathmore Law Journal is a platform open to scholars and researchers around the world. It publishes original studies related to Human Rights and the law in Africa. The studies could have a philosophical, public policy, governance or economic perspective. The Journal’s purpose is the diffusion of knowledge and the promotion of inter-disciplinary debate on different legal issues.
The Journal of Intellectual Property and Information Technology (JIPIT) Law is an academic journal founded by the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT). CIPIT undertook this endeavour to provide a platform for academic research on Intellectual Property and Technology Law, particularly as such topics relate to the Global South. We welcome submissions originating from all geographic regions.
The Strathmore Law Review is an annual peer-reviewed, student-edited academic law journal published by the Strathmore University Law School in conjunction with the Strathmore University Press. It considers submissions from undergraduate and masters students from any university, and is published at the beginning of the year.