LLM (Commercial Law) Research Dissemination and Corporate Engagement Conference Announcement

January 16, 2019   Faculty of Law
  Mount Soche Hotel, Blantyre 4 February 2019 Concept Note As national economies strive to grow in a rapidly commercially changing world, research must help find innovative and creative solutions to open up new opportunities and manage risks in the commercial sector. For instance, research confirms that enhancing the use of more innovative financial delivery channels, such as mobile banking, could enhance financial inclusion in rural areas. Such technologies, effective and equitable regulation, and productive financial institutions must...

Gender Justice Clinic Sensitizes the Malawi Polytechnic First Year Students on Gender Based Violence

April 19, 2018   Loreen Nyambo
On 29th, March 2018, the Gender Justice Clinic sensitized first year students of the Malaw...

Disability Rights Clinic Conducts an Awareness Campaign and a Mobile Clinic in Thyolo District

April 3, 2018   Loreen Nyambo
On 26th February 2018, the Disability Rights Clinic conducted a disability rights awarenes...

The Environmental Justice and Sustainability Clinic Plants 3500 on Zomba Plateau

April 3, 2018   Loreen Nyambo
On 18th of February 2018, the Environmental Justice and Sustainability Clinic, in partners...

The Disability Rights Clinic Engages Students of Thyolo Secondary School

April 3, 2018   Loreen Nyambo
The Disability Rights Clinic on 26th February 2018 visited Thyolo Secondary School and eng...

New Publication: Criminal Law in Malawi by Lewis Bande

October 29, 2017   Loreen Nyambo
Criminal Law in Malawi by Lewis Bande, a lecturer of Law in the Faculty of Law, is a textb...

The Gender Justice Clinic Sensitizes Mangochi Secondary School on Gender Related Issues

October 23, 2017   Loreen Nyambo
On 6th October 2017, the Gender Justice Clinic visited Mangochi Secondary School, to raise...

Thank You Note

October 8, 2017   Gender Justice Clinic
The Gender Justice Clinic at the Faculty of Law, Chancellor College would like to extend its sincere gratitude to all those who attended the solidarity march against gender based violence on September 14th, 2017. The march, which took place from the Great Hall Arch to the Chancellor College main car park, was successful and we believe was effective in the condemnation of gender based violence and its perpetrators. It is of great significance that we, as members of society, play a role in the advancement of human rights and gender equality. Y...

The Faculty of Law Qualified for the Pre-Finals of the 9th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Competition

July 4, 2017   Loreen Nyambo
The Faculty of Law’s Team in this year’s Nelson Madera World Human Rights Comp...