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

In order to provide students with an apt learning environment that is practical, KUSOL has invested in a number of initiatives. This includes KUSOL’s state-of-the-art moot court facility whose ambience is impressive. It is situated in KUSOL’s compound and is indeed a great source of pride for the School given its modern features that combine the strong points of the architecture of Kenyan courts as well as others around the world.



The moot court is fitted with the latest electronic equipment and uses the latest technologies available for court room practice. The new showcase e-courtroom is fully equipped with electronic evidence management systems, video conferencing facilities, wireless networking and video streaming. The combination of video conferencing and wireless technology allows for external and international networking thus presenting the opportunity to accommodate e-moot competitions involving teams from every corner of the globe participating in their own electronic moot courts.



All students will have the opportunity to use this 21st century facility throughout the course of their studies thus ensuring that KUSOL law graduates are able to walk into any courtroom locally, regionally, and internationally and be fully conversant with the technologies and systems employed. The importance of mooting as a method for learning has already been stated previously.



The moot court is utilized both for the mooting course offered to fourth year law students as well as by other students who are members of the moot club. Moreover, students who enroll for different moot competitions both in Kenya and abroad can utilize the moot room for preparation.



Moot Court
Students preparing for an in-house mooting competition in the state-of-the-art moot court facility


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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