The 15th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition witnessed a remarkable display of talent and legal acumen from participants around the world. In this global event, the Kabarak Law School team, comprising Elsy Jemutai and Adeline Kiptoo, showcased their exceptional skills and dedication, earning them recognition and admiration. Their outstanding performance in the memorial writing stage and subsequent rounds has placed them among the top contenders in Africa and has secured them a coveted spot in the Advanced Global rounds to be held in Geneva, Switzerland. Let us celebrate their achievements and wish them all the best for the upcoming global championship.
The memorial writing stage of the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition is renowned for attracting numerous prestigious law faculties worldwide. Despite the fierce competition, Elsy Jemutai and Adeline Kiptoo from Kabarak Law School rose above the rest, demonstrating their remarkable research abilities, analytical thinking, and persuasive writing skills. Their hard work and dedication paid off as they emerged as one of the top ten teams in Africa. This remarkable accomplishment is a testament to their commitment to excellence and the quality of legal education at Kabarak Law School.
The Kabarak Law School team did not rest on their laurels after the memorial writing stage. They continued to display their outstanding legal prowess in the preliminary rounds of the competition. The preliminary rounds attracted teams from various corners of the globe, providing a platform for the best legal minds to compete and demonstrate their knowledge of human rights law. Once again, Elsy Jemutai and Adeline Kiptoo showcased their exceptional advocacy skills, critical thinking abilities, and their deep understanding of human rights issues. Their performance in this stage secured them a place among the select few teams representing Kenya at the Advanced Global rounds.
It is with great pride and excitement that we announce that the Kabarak Law School team has qualified for the Advanced Global rounds of the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition. This prestigious event, set to take place in Geneva, Switzerland, will gather the most talented and promising legal minds from around the world. The Kabarak Law School team's remarkable journey continues, as they prepare to compete at an international level, showcasing their expertise and representing their country on a global stage.
To Elsy Jemutai and Adeline Kiptoo, Kabarak University extends heartfelt congratulations on your exceptional achievements thus far. Your hard work, dedication, and unwavering passion for human rights have propelled you to this remarkable position. As representatives of Kabarak Law School, you have made your institution and the entire University proud. The road to the global championship may be challenging, but we have every confidence in your abilities. As you embark on the final stage of this prestigious competition, know that you carry the hopes and prayers of your friends, family, fellow students and entire Kabarak University fraternity. May your dedication, knowledge, and eloquence prevail, and may you bring the global championship home. We eagerly await the announcement of your success in July and will be with you every step of the way.
Congratulations once again, Elsy Jemutai and Adeline Kiptoo, and may your journey in the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition inspire future generations of aspiring legal professionals to pursue excellence and uphold justice.