Professor Laurence Juma

LLB (Nrb), LLM (Penn), MA (Notre Dame), LLD (UFH)


Professor Juma teaches Public International Law, Property Law and International human rights/humanitarian law. He is the co-ordinator of post graduate studies and external moot programmes of the faculty, and Hall Warden for Postgraduate Residences. He is a member of Network of University Teachers of International Humanitarian Law in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean Region and serves in the editorial board of the African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law. He has also served as an expert panellist for the United Nations Working Group on the Use of Mercenaries as a Means of Violating and Impeding the Exercise of Rights of Peoples to Self-Determination. Prof Juma is currently working on a joint project of Rhodes and Utrecht Universities on international criminal justice, especially the role of ICC in Africa. He has published widely in the fields of human rights, conflict studies, as well as general public international law.

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