Cecil Yongo Abungu’s current research focuses on how to ensure that algorithmic decision-making is in future harnessed to bridge the disparities suffered by people within protected classes in the global south’s developing nations. Cecil’s other research interests include legal theory, legal history and the political economy of law. He has published articles in among others the African Journal of International & Comparative Law and the Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law, with upcoming work in the Harvard National Security Journal. Cecil has an LL.B. degree from Strathmore Law School in Nairobi Kenya and an LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School. Apart from his research experience, he has also taught a variety of classes at Strathmore Law School in Nairobi Kenya.