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Winners of the The 11th Edition All Kenyan Moot Court Competition (AKMCC)

The All Kenyan Moot Court Competition (AKMCC) is a signature moot competition organised and hosted by Kenyatta University School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences, Parklands Campus students.

The AKMCC brings together law students from all Law Schools in Kenya, Judicial Officers, industry players based on the theme of the moot competition, State agencies, non-state actors and grassroots civil society organizations to exchange ideas and deliberate on the theme of the competition with a view of exploring policy solutions.

The 11th edition of AKMCC was held from 14th – 17th March 2023 under the theme “Socio-Economic Justice: Enhancing Government’s Accountability and Transparency in the Protection of Human Rights.

The Opening Ceremony was held on 14th March 2023 where the Honorable Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court, Martha Koome was to grace the event as the Chief Guest but she sent a representative, Anne Asugah, the Registrar of Tribunals.

For the 11th edition, the AKMCC was privileged to partner with the Supreme Court of Kenya, Office of the Attorney General, National Treasury, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, International Justice Mission, Kenya Law, Kaplan and Stratton Advocates, Transparency International, Mzalendo, Katiba Institute, UN-High Commissioner on Human Rights and Amnesty International.

The final competition was held at the Supreme Court of Kenya Court Number 4 and the two final teams were Kenyatta University and Nazarene University. Kenyatta University emerged the winner.

The images of the winners are shown below.

Winners of the Moot Category

Ms. Celine Maina

Winners of the Research Category: 

Martha Jepekemei Bowen 


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