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 Recap of The 7th edition

It took place on the 21st -23rd of March 2019. The theme wasbeen: Business and Human Rights: Attaining Sustainable Development while Respecting Human Rights. 
It kicked off with a conference that was held for the purpose of bringing together the stakeholders in the field. Both the state and the business sector was well represented in the panel discussions that evoked a heated debate on the concepts of the protection of human rights in this time and error of business domination.

On the second day, we had the participants from universities all over the country engage each other in the moot court, so as to showcase their prowess in litigation as well as knowledge in the law concerned.

The winning team was from Kenyatta University while the runners up team were from African Nazarene University.

School News

Kenyatta University School of Law Students Emerge 2nd in the 2021 Africa Regional Rounds of the World Trade Organization Moot Court Competition

The Africa Regional Rounds of the 19thEdition of the John H Jackson Moot Court Competition, colloquially referred to as the World Trade Organization Moot Competition, were held on 23-28th March 2021.  Read More



We congratulate Sidney Tambasi Netya and Martin Kioko Munyoto, for representing Kenyatta University in the 12th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition and making it to the finals scheduled for 10th December 2020.
They beat Oxford University, United Kingdom in the semi finals to qualify for this year's finals. 




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