UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM SCHOOL OF LAW (SOL)

Dr. Saudin Jacob Mwakaje

Dr. Saudin Jacob Mwakaje is  Senior a lecturer at the Department of Economic Law, University of Dar es salaam since 2002. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Hons) (2000) and Master of Laws (LL.M) (2002) degrees from University of Dar es Salaam, Master of Laws  (LL.M) in Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology,  (2003) from Franklin Pierce Law Centre, NH., USA.   Dr.Saudini Jacob Mwakaje is also a Member of:-

  • The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS)
  • Member of East Africa Law Society (EALS)
  • Member of the International Trademark Association (INTA).

Dr.Saudini Jacob Mwakaje may be contacted through this address:

Dr.Saudini Jacob Mwakaje,

UDSM School of Law,

P.O. BOX 35093,

Dar es Salaam, The United Republic of Tanzania

Mobile: +255754-300132

 e-mail: saudinj@yahoo.com/ saudinj@udsm.ac.tz

PUBLICATIONS 

  • BOOK:
  • PETER, C. M., and MWAKAJE, S. J., 2004. Investments in Tanzania: Some Comments –Some Issues. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and Department of International Law University of Dar es Salaam.

 

  • BOOK CHAPTERS 
  • PETER, C. M., and MWAKAJE, S. J., 2021. “Public Participation and the Adoption of Investment Codes: Observation of the Mixed Practice from Tanzania,” in Eric De Brabandere, Tarcisio Gazzini, and Avidan Kent (Eds). Public Participation and Foreign Investment Law:  From the Creation of Rights and Obligations to the Settlement of Disputes, Leiden|Boston, Brill | Nijhoff.

 

  • ARTICLES:
  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2021. “Accession by Tanzania to the Marrakesh Treaty on Access to Publications for Visually Impaired Persons: Policy and Legal Implications,” The African Review, 48: 1-24. DOI:10.1163/1821889X-12340033.

 

  • PETER, C. M., and MWAKAJE, S. J., 2021. “Public Participation and the Adoption of Investment Codes: Observation of the Mixed Practice from Tanzania,” in Eric De Brabandere, Tarcisio Gazzini, and Avidan Kent (Eds). Public Participation and Foreign Investment Law:  From the Creation of Rights and Obligations to the Settlement of Disputes, Leiden|Boston, Brill | Nijhoff.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2020. “Access to Educational Publications and the Copyright Law in Tanzania: Revisiting the Underlying Opposing Interests,” Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences (JEHS), Vol. 9 No. 1.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2019. “Duality of Investment Regulatory Regimes in Tanzania - An Appraisal of the Legal and Practical Challenges,” Zanzibar Yearbook of Law (ZYBL), Vol. 9.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2018. “Fair Use under Copyright Law: Theoretical Basis and Enforcement Approaches in Selected East Africa States,” East African Law Review (EALR). Vol. 45 No. 2.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2007. “Copyright Law in Tanzania: Some of the Issues you need to Know,” The Tanzania Lawyer, Vol. 1 No. 2.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2005. “Reconciling Humanitarian Intervention and State Sovereignty: Recalling the Invasion in Uganda by Tanzania,” University of Nairobi Law Journal, Vol. 3 No.1.

 

  • THESIS AND DISSERTATIONS
  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2012. “Regulatory Frameworks of Intellectual Property Products: The Case of University Research and patents Law in Tanzania,” PhD Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2002. “The Law Relating to Capacity of Children to Contract in Tanzania: The Conflict between the Provisions of the Law of Contract Ordinance Cap 433 and Other Pieces of Legislation,” LL. M Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam.

 

  • MWAKAJE, S. J., 2000. “Protection of Human Rights in Tanzania: Balancing between Interests of State and Individuals,” LL. B Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam.

 

  • REPORTS AND PRACTICE MANUAL:
  • National Study on the Effective Use of Intellectual Property in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Tanzania, WIPO Development Agenda Project. Client: WIPO: September to November 2011.

 

  • Report on Intellectual Property Rights System and Research Management in the Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania, Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU), Dar es Salaam, 2010.

 

  • Report on Review of the Laws that Affects Trade in Services in Tanzania. This Project was under the SADC and was funded by the United Nation Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), June 2006.

 

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