Caroline Omari Lichuma, LLM (NYU), LLB (UON), CPA-K

Promotionsvorhaben

„Building Constitutional Rights from Constitutional Bricks: An Emerging Role for the Doctrine of Constitutional Dialogue in Adjudication of Economic and Social Rights in Kenya.“

Publikationen

  • “2020 (forthcoming), “TWAILing the Minimum Core Concept: Rethinking the Minimum Core of Economic and Social Rights in the Third World” Nigerian Yearbook of International Law Volume 2
  • “2020 (forthcoming), “In International Law We (do not) Trust: The Persistent Rejection of Economic and Social Rights as a Manifestation of Cynicism” in Cynical International Law: Abuse and Circumvention in Public International and European Law
  • “Now is (not yet) the Winter of our Discontent: The Unfulfilled Promise of Economic and Social Rights in the fight against Economic Inequality”, published in The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Centre For Human Rights and Justice Working Paper Series volume 5, September 2019
  • “Like a Phoenix from the Ashes of Insolvency: An Appraisal of the Rescue Culture of the Kenyan Insolvency Act of 2015”, Published in the Kenya Law Review Volume 7 (Co-authored with Florence Shako), June 2019
  • “Economic Wrongs and Social Rights: Analyzing the Impact of Systemic Corruption in Kenya and the Potential redress offered by the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic and Social Rights”, Published in the Transnational Human Rights Review volume 5, April 2019
  • “Pouring Old Wine into New Wineskins: The Alternative Dispute Resolution Movement in the Postcolonial State”, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Journal Kenya (Co-authored with Florence Shako), July 2018
  • “The United States, the Security Council, and the International Criminal Court: will international criminal justice prevail despite United States Recalcitrance” University of Nigeria Law Students Journal, September 2014

Konferenzbeiträge

  • “TWAILing the International Law Classroom: (Dis)locating the International in International Law” January 2020 Georg-August Universität, Göttingen
  • “In International Law We (do not) Trust: The Persistent Rejection of Economic and Social Rights as a Manifestation of Cynicism” September 2019 Freie Universität, Berlin
  • “Now is (not yet) the Winter of our Discontent: The Unfulfilled Promise of Economic and Social Rights in the fight against Economic Inequality.” June 2019, University of Liverpool
  • “Economic Wrongs and Social Rights: Analyzing the Impact of Systemic Corruption in Kenya and the Potential redress offered by the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic and Social Rights”, November 2018, Georg-August Universität Göttingen
  • “Decolonizing Foreign Aid: A Neo-liberal Analysis of Chinese Development Assistance to Kenya”, July 2018, National University of Singapore, TWAIL conference
  • “TWAILing the Minimum Core Concept: Rethinking the Minimum Core of Economic and Social Rights in the Third World”, October 2017, Stanford Law School, International Junior Faculty Forum
  • “Maximizing on the Potential of the Minimum Core Concept: Reviewing State Obligations in the Provision of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights”, November 2016, Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
  • “Learning to be poor: The cost of free education in an unequal society.”, April 2016, University of Texas

Legal Blog Posts

  • “Now is (not yet) the Winter of our Discontent: The Unfulfilled Promise of Economic and Social Rights in the fight against Economic Inequality” (August 2019) Opinio Juris Blog, available online: http://opiniojuris.org/2019/08/21/emerging-voices-now-is-not-yet-the-winter-of-our-discontent-the-unfulfilled-promise-of-economic-and-social-rights-in-the-fight-against-economic-inequality/
  • “TWAILing the International Economic Law Classroom: (Dis)locating the “International” in International Law (May 2019) Afronomics Law Blog, available online: http://www.afronomicslaw.org/2019/05/12/twailing-the-international-economic-law-classroom-dislocating-the-international-in-international-law/

Wissenschaftliche Aktivitäten

  • Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany, Panel participant at the Unpacking Economic and Social Rights Conference, November 2018
  • National University Singapore, Singapore, Panel participant at the Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) conference, July 2018
  • York University, Toronto, Canada, Osgoode Hall Law School, International Law in the Global South Research Seminar Series, February 2018
  • University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Transnational Law Summer Institute, December 2017
  • Stanford Law School, California, USA, Finalist International Junior Faculty Forum, October 2017
  • Abo Akademi University, Institute For Human Rights, Turku, Finland, Advanced Course in Justiciability of Economic and Social Rights, November – December 2016
  • University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA, The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, Panel Participant at the Inequality and Human Rights Conference, April 2016
  • National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, Conference on the International Criminal Court, June 2015
  • Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands, Public international law summer school: Emer De Vattel Scholar, Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs, July 2014
  • University of Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, Summer school on managing fragility in post-conflict societies, September 2013
  • University of Nairobi & Widener University, Nairobi, Kenya, Comparative constitutional law course, June 2010