Campus History

Mount Kenya University Parklands Law Campus is fully accredited by The Commission for University Education (CUE) and The Council of Legal Education to offer programmes in Masters, Bachelor and Diploma. The programmes seeks to equip learners with broad based skills and knowledge that is applicable both to Kenya and the International legal arena.

Since 2009, Law campus has contributed to the training of competent lawyers equipped with the necessary skills needed to achieve that aim, inter alia with knowledge of both national and international laws. The student population is supported by a strong cadre of qualified teaching and non-teaching staff dedicated to making 

Mount Kenya University Parklands Law campus, the model School of Law in this region. The graduates from the programmes, can pursue certification as practitioners, can work in government, inter-governmental, non-governmental organizations international organizations and private practice. The Master of Laws (LL.M) offers specializations in the fields of Sports Law, Governance and Rule of Law International Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Business Law and Health Law. The campus has benefited from the MKU dominance in ICT and has integrated ICT into its learning processes. To promote research and training in international and development law, the MKU Parklands Law campus runs a Centre for International and Development Law which is anchored on research, training, publication and establishing linkages with various organizations.

The Law campus has immense facilities that anchor its program, staff and students. To this end, it has state of the art library, reading areas, ICT facilities, prayer rooms for diverse religious groups, moot court, online research journals, among other academic and quasi academic facilities.