Kabarak Law School is proud to announce the outstanding performance of its team at the second edition of the International Criminal Law Moot Court Competition, held at Strathmore University. The team, consisting of Russel Crowe, Ann Kariuki, and Levy Masinde, put forth a remarkable effort and achieved great success.
Teams from throughout the region competed in the intense competition, but the Kabarak Law School team stood out for their outstanding achievement. Particularly impressive was Ann Kariuki, who won the prize for the best female oralist in the tournament. This is a testament to her hard work and dedication to her studies, as well as her skills as a debater and advocate.
The team also received a great honor as they were named the 2nd runners-up in the competition. This is a remarkable achievement, considering the level of competition they faced. The team has done Kabarak Law School proud, and their performance is a testament to the high-quality education and training provided by the university.
Kabarak University is proud of its students, and this achievement is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the students and the faculty. This competition provides students with an opportunity to showcase their skills and talents on an international stage, and the Kabarak Law School team has done just that.
In conclusion, Kabarak University would like to extend its heartfelt congratulations to Russel Crowe, Ann Kariuki, and Levy Masinde for their outstanding performance at the International Criminal Law Moot Court Competition. The team's hard work, dedication, and passion for the law have paid off, and they have made Kabarak Law School proud. The university is looking forward to many more achievements from its students in the future.