Dr Milton Owuor

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Dr Adv Milton Owuor, PhD, is an all-round society conscious international criminal lawyer by profession. He is candidate for admission to the prestigious New York State Bar. Dr Adv Milton is on high demand worldwide, for high profile pro bono legal consultancy – He undertook high profile consultancy on the US Attorney-General’s Department of Justice policy on Cy pres doctrine in US Federal Courts, at Goldwater Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Dr Adv Milton is an active member of the International Law Association (ILA) in good standing. He is an advocate of over 23 years standing having been admitted and ‘called to the Bar’ to practice as an Advocate in 1995. He belongs to the legal academia. Dr Adv Milton holds a PhD in International Criminal Law. He is the Founder Chairman & CEO of Centre for International Criminal Justice. Dr Advocate Milton, PhD, is the COO of SBI & Personal Legal Advisor to Dr Shepherd Bushiri, PhD. He has demonstrated exceptional brilliance throughout his academic career. He won the prestigious Hamilton Harrison & Mathews Merit Prize for being the Best Law Student -academic year 1989/90. He graduated among the top candidates in his class with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) (Honours) degree in 1993. In the same year, he won a University Staff Development Postgraduate Scholarship, and he taught Law of Taxation to Final year LLB students. He has also lectured law to Bachelor of Law (LL.B) students undertaking the LLB External programme of the University of London. Dr Advocate Milton was Founder of the first ever accredited private law school in Botswana. He alone designed the first ever BOTA accredited Certificate in law programme in Botswana. He has published widely within the realm of legal academia. One of his outstanding publications is a “Handbook on the Constitution of Botswana: Questions and Facts” (ISBN 99912-0-418-0 ), which is a recommended text book for reference in schools and universities. Dr Adv Milton’s PhD doctoral research entitled “The International Criminal Court and Positive Complementarity: Legal and institutional framework” makes far reaching recommendations for the restructuring and reform of the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court. His recent publication is an outstanding intellectual analysis entitled “United States Attorney-General’s Justice Department policy on the application of the Cy Pres Doctrine in Federal Courts of the United States of America.”(ISBN: 9783668720497)