Dr. Kibet Morusoi Eric


Dr. Eric Kibet is an Assistant Professor of Business Law at the Chandaria School of Business. He is a scholar, legal consultant and practitioner in the areas of constitutional law, human rights and business, media law, and freedom of expression committed to using knowledge, skills and experience to inspire young people and make a significant and lasting contribution at work place and the society. He has taught law in various universities in Kenya, namely Kenyatta Univeristy, Riara Univeristy, Jomo Kenyatta Univeristy and most recently as a Senior Lecturer at Moi Univeristy. He is also a trial advocacy trainer with Justice Advocacy Africa and the Trial Advocacy Training Institute (TATI), and a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the East Africa Law Society.

Academic Degrees;

  • Doctor of Laws (LLD), University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
  • Master of Laws (LL.M), Boston College Law School, Massachusetts, U.S.A
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya


Journal Articles;

1. E Kibet & C Fombad ‘Transformative constitutionalism and the adjudication of constitutional rights in Africa’ (2017) 17 African Human Rights Law Journal 340-366. https://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/64731/Kibet_Transformative_2017.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

2. Eric Kibet, Book Review: The Constitution of Kenya, 2010: An Introductory Commentary by PLO Lumumba & L Franceschi, Strathmore University Press, Nairobi, 2014, Strathmore Law Journal Vol 1 (1) (2015) ISBN 2411-5975. http://press.strathmore.edu/uploads/journals/strathmore-law-journal/SLJ1/1-SLJ-1-EKibet-Book-Review.pdf

  1. Death Penalty in Kenya: A Call for Compliance with International Human Rights Law and the Constitution, Law Society of Kenya Journal Vol 7(1) ( 2011)ISBN 9966-031-03-7

4. Eric Kibet, ‘The Constitutionalisation of Administrative Law as an Opportunity for Reconfiguration: A Reply to Munabi,’ (Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Vol 2, 2016)

5. Eric Kibet, ‘Law, Democracy, and Integrity in Politics and Public Affairs in Kenya: A Call for New Approaches,’ The Advocate (August 2017)


1. Eric Kibet, ‘The Right to Freedom of Expression and its Role in Political Transformation in Kenya’ (University of Pretoria, 2017), http://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/60070/Morusoi_Right_2017.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

Book Chapters;

1. Eric Kibet, The Constitution of Kenya 2010 as a Transformative Constitution (Book chapter in ‘Constitution of Kenya five years after’- Strathmore University Press, 2016)

2. Eric Kibet, ‘The Economy in the Constitution: An Appraisal of Kenya’s Constitution as an Economic Charter’ Stellenbosch Handbooks on African Constitutional Law, Vol 5

3. Eric Kibet, ‘An Evaluation of Democracy and Rights Crisis in the East Africa Community’ in Democratic legitimacy and human rights protection in Africa (Palgrave Macmillan)

4. Charles M. Fombad & Eric Kibet, Editorial Introduction to Special Focus: The Rule of Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Reflections on Promises, Progress, Pitfalls and Prospects. (2018) 18 African Human Rights Law Journal, 205-212. http://www.ahrlj.up.ac.za/images/ahrlj/2018/Focus%20page1_2018.pdf


  • Business Law
  • Survey of Legal Environment of Business

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