Law degree is currently offered by more than fifteen universities in Kenya as opposed to the the previous years where only two universities offered the degree, that is Uon and Moi. Nowadays both the private and public universities offer the degree.Minimum requirements for taking the course are a C+ in KCSE Here are top ten universities that offer the degree:
It is a private University whose faculty of law is located along Valley Road in Nairobi.
It is a private University found in Nairobi.
This is a public University whose main campus is found in Njoro,Nakuru county but the school of law offered at its campus in Nakuru Town.
The public University started offering law some years ago and is located in Kissi county.
6.Mount Kenya University
It is a private University whose faculty of law is in Parklands area Nairobi county
The University is among the earliest to offer the degree in Kenya. It is a public University whose law campus is located at Eldoret Town,Annex area.
4.Jomo Kenyatta University of Technology
It is a public University and it's law campus is located in Karen, Nairobi county.
The University is public,law campus found in Parklands, Nairobi county.
This is a top private University whose main campus is in Nairobi where the law degree is also offered.The University recently defeated Harvard University law school in a moot competition.
1.University of Nairobi
The faculty of law is very famous in Kenya for producing top legal minds like Prof Githu Muigai,Hon James Orengo just to name but a few.The faculty of law is in Parklands area of Nairobi
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