Reflections on the Implementation of Clinical Legal Education in Moi University, Kenya
In this work the author intends to examine the challenges faced by the faculty in its quest to incorporate the clinical based approach into its curriculum. In doing so, the author will have to examine the basis upon which the faculty’s CLE is grounded and the method used by the faculty implementing it. An assessment will be made of the specific successes and challenges faced by the faculty in implementing the programme and lastly recommendations to improve its operation will be made. Though references will be drawn from other jurisdictions in certain instances, the author will confine himself within the subject of this work, i.e, CLE in Moi University, Kenya.
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