KU has invested much in upgrading the teaching and learning facilities of KUSOL and  completed the construction of an ultra-modern purpose-built facility just opposite the current one. It  compares quite favourably with other respected schools of law world wide.

 The new School of Law building  has very modern facilities which are located in the six storey building that includes lecture rooms with the capacity to handle altogether 1300 students’ at any given time in differently sized lecture theatres. The building  also consists of a modern computer laboratory and library, break out rooms for group study, a media storage room, media viewing room, group viewing room, a moot court and reading room.

 The new building  holds various offices including the dean and associate dean’s offices, departmental heads offices, lecturers, senior administrators, and secretaries offices not to mention general offices. The new building  has a modern cafeteria and recreation rooms for students. KU intends that the learner experience for all its students including those at KUSOL should conform to that of 21st Century advancements in technology and teaching methods.


The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Olive Mugenda and the Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya Hon. Prof. Githu Muigai after the official opening of the School of Law Complex, Park lands Campus

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