Essays in Land Law, Tanzania, Dar es Salaam University Press, Dar es Salaam, 1992.
Customary Land Law of Tanzania, A Source Book (with R. W. James), East Africa Literature Bureau, Nairobi, 1973.
Constitution Making and Courts in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam University Press, Dar es Salaam, 1992.
The Land Law of Tanzania, A Case Book, Lawafrica, 2013.
Multipartyism, Constitutions and the Law in Africa, Lawafrica, 2013.
Administration of Justice in Tanzania (with I. R. Mandi and E. Longopa), Lawafrica, 2013.
Tuijadili KatibaYetu, Katiba ya Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania ya Mwaka 1977 DUP, Dar es Salaam, 2007.
Chapters in Books
“Land, Socialism and the Law in Tanzania”, Chap. 8 in Ruhumbika, G., (Ed.) (1974) Towards Ujamaa, Twenty Years of TANU Leadership, East African Literature Bureau, Nairobi, p. 230 – 274.
“Financing Workers Housing in Tanzania: The Tanzania Housing Bank” Chap. 9 in McAuslan, JPWB., and Kanyeihamba, G., (Eds) (1978) Urban Legal Problems in East Africa, Studies on Law in Social Change, Monograph No. 2, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, and International Centre for Law in Development, New York, 1978, p. 184 – 207.
“Informal Urban Land Transactions – Adaptation or Regularization?” (1997) Urban land Management and the Transition to a Market Economy in Tanzania, SPRING, Studies on Regional Development Planning and Management in Developing Countries, Spring Research Series No. 19, SPRING Center, University of Dortmund, FRG 1997 p. 75-80.
“Governance Issues in Student Crises” in Mbwette, T.S.A & A. G. M. Ishumi (Ed.) (2000) Managing University Crises, DUP (1996) Ltd, Dar es Salaam, Chap 15, p. 214 – 223.
“Challenges Facing Legal Education in Tanzania: Faculty of Law Perspectives in Mvungi, S. E.A. (Ed.) (2002), Forty Years of the Faculty of Law, University of Dar es Salaam, 1961-2001, Faculty of Law, University of Dar es Salaam, p. 94 -109.
“Electoral Laws and Procedures in Tanzania: Continuity in Change,” in Binchy, W., and C. Finnegan (Ed) (2006), Human Rights, Constitutionalism and the Judiciary: Tanzanian and Irish Perspectives, Clarus Press, Dublin, p. 171 – 188.
“Katiba ya Muungano na Uboreshaji wake katika Miongo Mitatu,” REDET (Ed)(2007) Muungano wa Tanazania, Mafanikio, Matatizo Yake na Jinsi ya Kuuimarisha, University of Dar es Salaam, SurayaNne, p. 47-73.
“Fifty Years of Legal Education in Tanzania: Development of the LL.B. Curriculum, in Fimbo, G. M. (Ed.) (2011), Fifty Years of Legal Education in Tanzania, 2011, Printed by Martisayi Investments Company Limited, Dar es Salaam, p. 1- 42.
“Principles and Practices of Management Inthe East African Community; Best Practices for a Modern Judiciary,” in Doveling, J., K. Gaston and U. Wanitzek (Eds) (2013) Constitutional Reform Processes and Integration in East Africa, DUP, Dar es Salaam, p. 65-87.
“The National Electoral Commission of Tanzania in Support of Constitutional Democracy: A Comment, in Doveling, J., K. Gaston and U. Wanitzek (Eds) (2013) Constitutional Reform Processes and Integration in East Africa, DUP, Dar es Salaam, p. 105-115.
“Human Rights Perspectives Regarding the Institution of Criminal Proceedings in Subordinate Courts in Tanzania,” inKanwanyi, J. L., U. Wanitzek, A. NAHAYO AND J. Doveling (Eds) (2014), Regional Integration and Law, East African and European Perspectives, DUP, Dar es Salaam, p. 99-119.
“In Search of Thematic Unity in Land Law: Tenure Security,” in Kameri-Mbote, P and C. Odote (Eds.) The Gallant Academic, Essays in Honour of H W O Okoth-Ogendo, School of Law, University of Nairobi, 2017, Chapter7, p. 57 – 78.
Land, Socialism and the Law in Tanzania, East Africa Law Review, Vol. 6 No. 3, p. 215-263, 1973.
The Right of Occupancy in Tanzania: The Political Economy of an African Land Tenure System; East Africa Law Review, Vol. 7 No. 2, p. 121-156, 1974
Towards Separation of Powers in a New Democracy: Tanzania, The African Review, Vol. 22 No. 1 and 2 Combined, p. 16-32, 1995
Customary Tenure in the Court of Appeal of Tanzania, East Africa Law Review, Vol. 31-34, p. 16-39, December 2004.
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