Welcome to the Kenya School of Law

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The Kenya School of Law was established as an independent statutory body in 1995 under the Council of Legal Education Act with the specific mandate to organize and conduct courses for the development of legal professionals, Government personnel and paralegal personnel.


Kenya School of Law at a Glance


Over 1700 Students Enrolled for the Advocates Training Programme


200 Students enrolled for the Paralegal Studies


CPD Courses offered


Our Main Campus is Located 17km from the CBD


Advocates Training Program (ATP)

This is an 18 month Programme conducted on a clinical basis (learning by doing) and includes a combination of problem questions for discussion, simulation, role-plays, interactive seminars and moot courts.

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Diploma in Law (Paralegal Studies)

The Diploma in Law (Paralegal Studies) programme is meant to bridge the existing gap in a middle cadre to support legal professionals at the practicing Bar, the corporate world and government institutions.

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Continuing Professional Development

This is the department in the Academic division of the Kenya School of Law whose mandate is to develop professional legal development courses for professional Lawyers and other actors in the legal sector.

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