Dr. BARAKA F. KANYABUHINYA

Dr Baraka Kanyabuhinya is a lecturer at the School. He is also heading the Private Law Department. Dr Kanyabuhinya has a Bachelor of Laws degree, LL. B (Hons.) Upper Second-Class School of Law, University of Dar es Salaam-Tanzania (2003), Master of Laws (LL.M) in Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology at the University of New Hampshire (then called Franklin Pierce Law Centre-USA) (2005), and Doctor of Philosophy (Economic Law), University of Dar es Salaam (2014). Dr Kanyabuhinya specializes in Competition Law, Intellectual Property, Consumer Protection, Commercial transactions and Entities, Technology, Data Protection, EAC Law, International Trade and Family Law other areas of interests include Land law, Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR), Labour Relations and WTO Law. He may be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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SUBJECTS FREQUENTLY TAUGHT

SPECIFIC TASKS RELATED WITH COMPETITION LAW

         TAUGHT MASTER GRADUATE ESSAYS SUPERVISED

  1. Merger Control: Comparative Analysis of the European Community and Tanzanian Legal Regime (by Kessy William-LLM candidate, 2014)
  2. Price Fixing by the Law Society of Kenya: Law and Practice(by Mbulula G. Msangi-LLM candidate, 2014)
  3. Competition and Consumer Protection in Tanzania: Law and Practice (by Hildagada Ktaraiya-LLM candidate, 2014)
  4. Protection of Consumers Against Price Increase of Consumer Goods: Case of Kariakoo(by Russumo S. Mbonimpa-LLM candidate, 2014)
  5. Competition Law and Practice with Special Reference to Regulation of Fuel Prices in Tanzania(by Mhina G. Mathew -LLM candidate, 2014)
  6. Legal and Practical Challenges of International Enforcement of Competition Rules(by Saddy Rashid-LLM candidate, 2014)
  7. Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: How they Co-exist in the same Jurisdiction(by Dennis P. Odera-LLM candidate, 2014)
  8. Adjudication of Competition Disputes in Tanzania: Law and Practice(by Kitandu P. Ugulla-LLM candidate, 2013)
  9. The Essence of Lenience Policy in Law and Policies in Governing Cartels in Tanzania(by Mwangolombe G. Ambikile-LLM candidate, 2014)
  10. The Challenges of Non-state Control in Fixing the Fee Structure for Private Schools and the Role of Fair Competition Rules in Tanzania(by Igenge S. Edwin-LLM candidate, 2014)
  11. Salient Features of Competition Law and Policy: Comparative Analysis of the EU Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and the EAC Competition Legislation(by Simon S. Nkanyemka -LLM candidate, 2013)
  12. Effectiveness of the Fair Competition Act 2003 on Protection of Consumers from Anti-Competitive Practices in Tanzania(by Sylvia E. Kaungamanio-LLM candidate, 2013)
  13. Legal and Practical Challenges of Private Enforcement under the Fair Competition Act, 2013(by Bakaru Henry-LLM candidate, 2015)
  14. Non Codification of Criteria for Abuse of Dominance under the Fair Competition Act: Legal and Practical Challenges(by Mwakaje A. Amani-LLM candidate, 2015)
  15. Rules Relating to Barriers Influencing Entry into Tanzanian Markets(by Theresia M. Clemence-LLM candidate, 2014)
  16. Price Fixing in Tanzania: Law and Practice(by Moses B. Ndelwa-LLM candidate, 2014)
  17. Cartelization in the Petroleum Industry in Tanzania: Law and Practice(by Florida Lucas-LLM candidate, 2014)
  18. Challenges of Establishing Existence of Dominant Position for the Petroleum Industry in Tanzania: The case of Downstream Business(by Lilian Julius-LLM candidate, 2014)
  19. Enforcement of Competition Law in Tanzania: Challenges and Prospects(by Baitwababo Daniel-LLM candidate, 2013)
  20. Competition and Dominant Position: The Law and Practice in Tanzania(by Gabriel Maregeli-LLM candidate, 2014)
  21. Legal and Practical Problems in Enforcing Competition Rules in Tanzania (by Magafu Bituro-LLM candidate, 2014)
  22. Challenges in Implementing the East African Community Competition Act: A Comparative Study with the European Union(by Chaya A. Mlaki -LLM candidate, 2014)
  23. The Fair Competition Act 2008: A Critique in Relation to Consumer Protection(by Nancy Mushumbushi-LLM candidate, 2014)
  24. Adequacy of the Law Relating to the Protection of Competition in Tanzania: A Study of Consumer Protection in Tanzania(by George E. Korosso-LLM candidate, 2015)
  25. Legal Challenges in Regulating Ati-Competitive Agreements in Tanzania(by Ngogo B. Ephron-LLM candidate, 2015)
  26. The Role and Place of the Court of Appeal of Tanzania in Competition Related Disputes(by Mbadjo A. Hassan-LLM candidate, 2015)
  27. Legal and Practical Challenges in Implementing the Fair Competition Act in Tanzania(by Mwageni Alois-LLM candidate, 2015)
  28. Concerted Practice: Law and Practice in the Tanzania Competition Regime(by Charles P. Mtae-LLM candidate, 2015)
  29. Legal and Practical Challenges of Enforcement of Competition Law in Tanzania(by Nyandwi Rosemary-LLM candidate, 2015).

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