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Faculty of Law Students Triumphs in All Kenyan Moot-Court Competition


Faculty of Law

For the first time ever, UoN Law students won the 10th edition of the moot court competition held from 21st -25th March 2022.  The moot Court annual competition event was organized by Kenyatta University featured 23 teams from the 14 law schools across Kenya.

Faulty of Law Library supported in this competition by providing the researcher with relevant, cutting edge and rare information related to matters on elections and violations of human rights.  Teamwork involving FoL Library staff and Grace Kigaru of UoN Archives was instrumental in consulting, researching, retrieving, repackaging and dissemination of all valued information which enabled the researcher to excel in the completion emerging with the best Research Paper.  Library’s Electronic Document Delivery services made the supply of relevant documents seamless and very prompt.  UoN Archives remain a premier and very rich reservoir of rare & valuable information for researchers. Old newspaper articles dating far back to 1997 were availed to the researcher from Archives Section. While Lexis Nexis Database provided the winner unlimited access to case laws, JSTOR was the other source for other corresponding Journal articles useful to the researcher. In addition, Kenya Law Reports were availed providing the Researcher with valuable source out Kenyan case laws. 

Faculty of Law Library is proud to have made contribution which spurred the Researcher towards the exemplary success in 10th edition of the All Kenyan moot court competition.