Robert Doya Nanima

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape

Robert D Nanima is a lecturer and an LLD Candidate conducting doctoral research on the limited jurisdiction of the African Commission on evidence obtained through human rights violations. He lectures the law of evidence at the Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape. His areas of interest include human rights protection, and constitutional rights and criminal justice

Experience

  • –present
    DOCTORAL STUDENT ON THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE AFRICAN COMMISSION, UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE

Education

  • 2016 
    UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE , MASTERS IN HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION

Publications

  • 2017
    Admission of confessions in Uganda: Unpacking the theoretical, substantive and procedural considerations of the Supreme Court., East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights
  • 2017
    The need for a review of plea bargaining in Uganda: a reflection on the experiences under Common Law and in South Africa, Journal of Comparative Law in Africa
  • 2017
    Prosecution of Rhino Poachers: The Need to Focus on Prosecution of the Higher Echelons of Organised Crime Networks, African Journal of Legal Studies
  • 2017
    Barnard v Minister of Justice: the minister’s verdict - Deciding on parole for offenders serving life sentences, South African Criminal Quarterly
  • 2017
    An evaluation of Kenya's parallel legal regime on refugees, and the courts' guarantee of their rights, Law, Democracy and Development
  • 2016
    The Drafting History of the Uganda Penal Code (Amendment) Act and Challenges to Its Implementation, Statute Law Review
  • 2016
    The Legal Status of Evidence obtained through Human Rights Violations in Uganda, Porchefstroom Electronic Law Journal