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Participants in Portugal Moot Competition,
Following Proceedings in the Moot Court.
Moot Court Competition Winner

Kenyatta University realizes the importance of the library as a tool for enhancing and facilitating the journey of its students through University. For this reason, KUSOL has taken rapid measures to ensure that its library is of the highest standard possible. The current library at KUSOL can seat 150 students at a go and is open from 7am to 12 midnight weekdays, and 8am to 8pm on weekends. This ensures that as many students who need to use it can do so at hours that are convenient to them.


The library boasts of a collection of key legal texts, law reports series, journals, reference materials etc. It also has unlimited access to extensive collections of legal materials via a wide range of electronic sources. KUSOL has subscribed to several online resources and boasts of subscription to LexisNexis an authoritative international online legal resource that is fully accessible to all staff and students. Other relevant electronic journals such as JSTOR and EBSCO can be accessed via the Main Campus Library from KUSOL.


This is possible because the two Campuses are connected by a fibre-optic link. KUSOL students also have access to computers with a searchable catalogue database of all materials held within the Kenyatta University Library System. The library staff are well trained, knowledgeable, dedicated and are happy to guide students through the use of the resources available in the library. On completion of the new School of Law building, the physical size of the library will of course be expanded exponentially as well as all other capabilities and services.

Kusol library

Student searches a book  in the library


School News

group-smallAll Africa International Humanitarian Law Competition , Arusha

In the recently concluded All Africa International Humanitarian Law Competition in Arusha, Tanzania, the school came in third out of over fifteen teams. The best oralist of the competition was Nancy Kisangau. The teams represented countries from all over Africa but specifically Anglophone countries. In the week long competition and training, the school also got an honourable mention for its resilience and tact. The students representing the school were, Christopher Rosana, Faith Pepela, Nancy Kisangau, Beatrice Wanjiku, Anne Njoroge, and Janet Njambi. The competition took place at the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights .

Jean The National ICRC/IHL Moot Competition

The National ICRC/IHL Moot Competition at the ICRC Nairobi Delegation was held on October 6-7. Kenyatta University was represented by Nancy Katunge, Christopher Rosana, Anne Wanjiku, Beatrice Wanjiku, Faith Pepela and Janet Njambi. Christopher Rosana was awarded the best oralist award. Kenyatta University won the competition taking the top two slots in the competition. The two teams will represent the country in the upcoming All Africa IHL Competition in Arusha on 12-19 November 2016.


legalAiDLegal Aid Awareness

The KUSOL Public Interest and Awareness Programme is largely run by fourth year law students under the guidance of a lecturer. The aim of the programme is to respond to legal needs affecting the indigent in the rural and urban poor areas of Kenya.This year, approximately 47 students participated in the programme and were divided into four groups of around 10 students per group. Read More




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