The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs hosted a lunchtime talk by Aukot Ekuru, a constitutional lawyer and advocate with the Supreme court of Kenya, on Tuesday, April 26, at noon in the GM Room, Horchow Hall. He discussed “Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law.”

Ekuru is the author of the celebrated Kenyan new constitution. He has been the chief architect of a number of constitutional reviews in the African continent, including Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Tunisia, South Sudan and currently Liberia and Lesotho. Ekuru is a strong advocate for the rights of minority groups, including refugees, IDPs and marginalized communities.