Mount Kenya University has received a license to train Diploma in Law Programme at its Law Campus in Parklands following successful inspection by Council of Legal Education professionals on 25th October 2018.
Council of Legal Education has licensed Mount Kenya University School of Law as a Legal Education Provider pursuant to the provisions of Legal Education Act and the relevant regulations.
According to MKU Vice Chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo, the University has been teaching Bachelor degree programme only.
This is a major achievement which comes months after the School of Law celebrated full accreditation which saw it transform into MKU Law Campus, Parklands. Meanwhile,
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