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KISII UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC STAFF PROFILE

 

 

Staff’s Identity Details

 

 

§  Name:

 

WYCLIFFE NYACHOTI OTISO

 

 

 

 

§  Department:

Private Law

 

§  School:

Law

 

§  Highest

Qualification:

 

Masters

 

§  Designation:

Lecturer

 

§  Responsibility:

Chair

Coordinator School Research Projects

 


 

Academic Background

 

University Attended

Years

Qualification

§  University of Warwick

1998-2001

LLB

§  University of Nairobi

2007-2008

LLM (International Law)

§  Universite de Pau et des Pays de L’Adour (UPPA)

2012-date

Ph. D (Law and Policy)


 

 

Area(s) of Specialization & Research Interests

 

§  Specialization

    • Constitutionalism and Participatory Governance

§  Research Interest

    • Constitutionalism
    • Law and Policy Reform
    • Legal Pluralism
    • Democratic Policing
    • Legal Education

 


 

Selected Recent Publications

 

§  Otiso, W. N. (2011) Kenya Investment Law and Policy: Analysis of Bias and Priorities in the Incentive Regime, (Verlag: VDM Publishing) [ISBN 978-3-639-20777-4]

 

§  Otiso, W.N. (2012) “Existing Budget Transparency Mechanisms and the Effect of the New Constitution”, International Government Finance Management Journal, 12(2) (2012) [ISSN 2220-4709]

 

§  Otiso, W. N. (2014) Evaluation of Political Mobilization Strategies by Vigilante Groups in Kisii County during the 2013 Kenyan Elections in M. Ndeda, C. Thibon, M.A. Fouere and S. Mwangi S. Kenya’s 2013 Elections (Twaweza/ Heinrich Boll)

 

§  Otiso W.N. & Chweya R. (2015)“Knowledge enhancement through ICT: Adoption of eLearning in Kisii University” Africa Journal of Education Science and Technology Vol. 2 (2) 2015 pp161-170 [ISSN 2309-9240

 

 

Current/ Recent Teaching & Research

UNDERGRADUATE

            LLBK 114: Constitutional Law I

            LLBK 121: Constitutional Law II

            LLBK 122: Development Concepts and Ethics

            LLBK 314: Research Paper I

            LLBK 324: Research Paper II

LLBK 328: Cyberspace Law

LLBK 416: Health care Law

RESEARCH

o   Security Sector Reforms; Milestones Challenges and Prospect; Kenya at 50

o   Inclusive and Participatory Policing in Kisii

o   Efficacy of Dual Citizenship in New Constitution

o   Technologies and Content Regulation: Rights Liability and Proportionality


Contact Details

 

§  WYCLIFFE NYACHOTI OTISO  

Lecturer

        Kisii University

        School of Law

        Department of Private Law

P.O Box 408- 40200, Kisii, Kenya

Cell phone: +254 721 59 16 20

 

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