This groundbreaking book details a two-year study that examined and compared the efficacy of an andragogical instructional methodology to that of a traditional, pedagogical, militaristic format of basic police training.
Lessons for Commonwealth African Law Schools
What is the difference between a law degree in the US and the UK? Dr. Kenneth Mwenda, a well-seasoned international lawyer and academic, guides us through the specific details and illuminates the core differences.
Reclaiming the Lost Opportunity of Federalism
This publication is particularly relevant at a time when racial dynamics are in flux and the law, particularly interpretation of the law, has become largely static. This book provides significant insights that increasingly will reflect understanding of racial reality in the twenty-first century.
The Case for Circumstantial Evidence
This book provides a strong case for circumstantial evidence approaches to improve the effectiveness and contribution of the legal system in the fight against corruption.