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Jacquelene Mwangi is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School. Her interests lie at the intersection of law, technology and innovation theories, and political economy. Her doctoral work centers on the historical and current trends of technological change in Sub-Saharan African societies, and its evolving relationship with rules and institutions, the state, and society.

Jacquelene holds a Master of Laws Degree from Harvard Law School, a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Kenya School of Law, and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Kenyatta University, Kenya. She has previously worked at the Center for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law (CIPIT) at Strathmore Law School, Kenya, Kaplan & Stratton Advocates, and the Kenya Copyright Board. 


Events

May 24, 2021 @ 12:00 PM

At the Crossroads of Digital Imperialism & Digital Development

Video & Podcast: Featuring Ofunmilayo Arewa, Thomas Streinz, Jacquelene Mwangi, and Padmashree Gehl Sampath

Video & Podcast: Ofunmilayo Arewa and Thomas Streinz join Jacquelene Mwangi and Padmashree Gehl Sampath as they discuss the political economy of digital development in sub-Saharan…