Egerton Law JournalVol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
Volume 2 brings to the fore legal aid as a human right, role of alternative justice systems in securing women’s land rights in Kenya, enhancing access to justice through corporate social responsibility, access to justice and institutionalization of tradition dispute resolution mechanisms, legal aid for children in conflict with the law and access to justice, role of county governments in promotion of legal aid for the poor legal aid in criminal justice system, enhancing access to justice through regulation of paralegal education and training, and effective reparation for victims of post-election violence and finally monitoring and evaluation of legal aid in Kenya.
Egerton Law JournalVol. 1 No. 1-192 (2021)Volume 1 focuses on the evolution of legal aid and the legal framework associated with it. It discusses legal education institutions as vehicles for promoting access to justice, the use of traditional justice systems as well as Paralegalism to expand the justice axis.