Laureen Mukami Nyamu


  • Laureen Nyamu Kabarak University




In the profound wisdom of Frantz Fanon’s words, we are reminded
that language is a tapestry woven beyond the confines of grammar and
basic communication. Fanon urges us to understand that language is
the assumption of a culture and a pillar of civilisation. For Kabarak Law
Review, language is a culture of diligence, excellence, academic rigour,
cooperation and service. Language for us means breaking down frontiers
and hegemonic structures thereby producing cutting edge Afrocentric
legal research to support the weight of our African civilisation. To this
end, Kabarak Law Review 2022-2023 Editorial Board is pleased to present
the first double-blind peer reviewed issue of our journal, Kabarak Law
Review Volume 2(2023). Within its pages, we invite you to reflect on
the transformative power of language and immerse yourselves in the
cadence of words, ideas and intellectualism that define our commitment
to legal scholarship.


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How to Cite

Nyamu, L. (2023). Editorial: Laureen Mukami Nyamu. Kabarak Law Review, 2, xv-xx. https://doi.org/10.58216/klr.v2i.343