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Dr Kyela Leakey is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Dundee. She specialises in judicial integrity, court governance and corruption in judicial systems, with extensive experience in fields related to anti-corruption and good governance. She has worked in the field of anti-corruption and judicial integrity for twenty years, advising and conducting research for Transparency International, the International Bar Association and the Council of Europe. Her expertise is as a comparative analyst of judicial independence, accountability and integrity, and in particular: judicial leadership and court governance; judicial discipline and misconduct; the implementation of the UN Convention Against Corruption in relation to the judiciary and law enforcement; and the trends and practices associated with specialized anti-corruption courts and judges. You can find out more about her recent work and contact details here.

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Malawi: Overview of Corruption and Anti-Corruption

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Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Myanmar

  • land
  • education
  • justice
  • police
  • extractives
  • fisheries

Overview of the relationship between corruption, gender and human rights in Ecuador

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  • human rights
  • corruption
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INELIGIBILITIES ARISING FROM CRIMINAL LAW DECISIONS

  • elections
  • candidates
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Kyela Leakey

Affiliation

University of Dundee

Professional Title

Lecturer in Law

Region

  • Europe and Central Asia

Country/Territory

Topics

Specialisms

Judicial independence; Judicial accountability; Judicial integrity and corruption

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