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Search For Kenya's Chief Justice Day Two

Professor Patricia Kameri Mbote has indeed a very impressive CV. She is one of the country's most decorated legal scholars who made history by being Kenya's first female Professor in law.

Only at 58 years old and having practiced law for the past 30 years, today she takes a hot seat before the Judicial Service Commission Panel as she seeks to become the next President of the Supreme Court and the head of the Judiciary.

She studied law at the University of Warwick, the University of Zimbabwe, taught Environmental law at the University of Kansas including the University of Nairobi where currently, she is an Associate Professor of Law and also an Advocate of the high court.

She has consulted for various international and national agencies such as the World Bank, United Nation Environmental Programme, the United Nation Development Programme, the World Intellectual Property Organization, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and not forgetting the Kenyan Government.

Patricia-Kameri also is a member of the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law and a board member o the Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment.

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