PhD, M Laws, BSL/LLB, Dip KSL
- Senior Lecturer
- International and Comparative Criminal Law and Justice (the exemplary role of the trial)
- International law (jurisdiction in public and private international law)
- Legal Theory and Jurisprudence (rights, personality and capacity)
Current teaching areas
- Principles of Criminal Law
- International Law of Human Rights
- 'International Criminal Law: Using or Abusing Legality?' (2014) Ashgate Publishing: International and Comparative Criminal Justice Series.
- 'Access to Justice for Victims of the Use of Force in International Affairs: Individual Civil Responsibility for Aggression' in C Sampford, R Thakur (eds.), Access to International Justice, Routledge, 2014, p. 111-127.
- 'Kenyans before the International Criminal Court: An end to impunity?' in C Sampford, R Thakur (eds.), Institutional supports for the International Rule of Law, Routledge, 2014, p. 96-115.
- 'Humanity’s Exemplary Justice: From Hostis To Hostia Humani Generis' in B van Beers, L Corrias and W Werner (eds.), The Concept of 'Humanity' Across International Law and Biolaw, Cambridge University Press 2014, p. 42-66.
- 'Disputes Over Exemplary Justice: Kenyans Before the International Criminal Court', in Y Haeck, B McGonigle Leyh, C Burbano and D Contreras Garduno (eds.), The Realisation of Human Rights: When Theory Meets Practice - Studies in Honour of Leo Zwaak, Cambridge, 2014, pp 313-333.
- 'The Responsibility to Protect Civilians: Between the Rule and its Exception' in C Sampford, R Thakur and A Francis (eds.) Responsibility to Protect and the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflicts, United Nations University Press 2012, p. 192-214.
- 'Exclusion and Inclusion: Bio-Politics and Global Governance through Criminalisation’ in M Findlay and R Henham (eds.), Exploring the Boundaries of International Criminal Justice, Ashgate Publishing International and Comparative Criminal Justice Series 2011, p. 155-177.
- 'Appraising the Mungiki Violence through the Prism of the rule of Law: Kenya's 2007 Elections and Individual Criminal Liability for Organized Political Violence', (2008) in JO Ambani (ed.), Judiciary Watch Report - Readings on the Rule of Law in Africa Vol VII, Kenyan Section International Commission of Jurists, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V: Germany, p. 223-256.
- 'The President’s Two Bodies: Uhuru Kenyatta at the International Criminal Court' (2015) 3(1) The Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity p. 30-39.
- 'Saving Humanity from Hell: International Criminal Law and Permanent Crisis' (2014) 44 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, p. 89-109.
- 'Minorities Challenging Territoriality through Law: Legality as a Faustian Pact' (2013) 4(2) Journal of the Philosophy of International Law, p. 1-13.
- 'The International Criminal Court and Africa: Exemplary Justice' (2012) 23(1) Law and Critique, p. 21-41.
- 'The Trial of David Hicks and the Law on the Use of Force', (2007) 18(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice, p. 494-497.
- 'A "Right to Peace" and Prosecuting International Crimes before National Courts: The Contra Jus ad Bellum Lacuna' (2005) 2 East African Law Journal, p. 78-90.
- ‘Judging the Local while Authenticating the global: Jurisdiction over Legality in international Criminal Law’ Australian International Criminal Law Workshop UNSW 2014.
- ‘Global Justice in International Criminal Law: Jurisdiction over Legality’ Weimar Conference Globalization and the Boundaries of Law 2013.
- ‘Saving Humanity from Hell: International Criminal Law and Permanent Crisis Inaugural Australian International Criminal Law Workshop, Melbourne, 2013.
- ‘Disputes over Exemplary Justice: Kenyans before the International Criminal Court’ The Realization of Human Rights: Integrating Theory and Practice, Utrecht, 2012.
- ‘Mephistopheles in Hamsterdam: Legality as a Faustian Pact, Reading Culture, Thinking Law Noosa Symposium 2012.
- ’The International Criminal Court and Africa: Exemplary Justice’ Critical Approaches to International Criminal Law, University of Liverpool School of Law and Social Justice 2012.
- 'The Politics of Justifying Force: The Suez Crisis, The Iraq War, and International Law' by Charlotte Peevers in 36 (2014) Sydney Law Review, p. 727-730.
- 'The Kingdom and the Glory: For a Theological Genealogy of Economy and Government' and 'The Highest Poverty: Monastic Rules and Form-of-Life and Opus Dei: An Archaeology of Duty (Homo Sacer II 5) by Giorgio Agamben in 22(2) (2013) Griffith Law Review, p. 537-543.
- 'International Criminal Law and Philosophy' by Larry May et al. in 23(2) (2011) Current Issues in Criminal Justice, p. 291-293.
- 'Law, War and Crime: War Crimes Trials and the Reinvention of International Law' by Gerry Simpson in 9(1) (2008) Melbourne Journal of International Law, p. 301-312.