As one of the key pillars of IMLU's Vision 2021, the organisation supported the 2018 All Kenya Moot Court Competition held at Kenyatta University's Law Campus, Parklands. This year's theme was 'Striking the Balance Between Respect for Human Rights and Maintaining National Security'.
The Kenyatta University- School of Law has for the last four years hosted the annual All Kenyan Moot court competition (AKMCC). The competition involves 12 accredited faculties of law in Kenyan Universities.
On 23rd and 24th March 2018, the 6th edition of the All Kenyan Moot Court Competition went down under with IMLU being honoured for having supported the competition being expertise of the thematic areas. The event was graced by the outgoing AG. Githu Muigai and Hon. Justice Kimaru among other invited guests.
The meticulous research and written submission done by the competitors brought out key issues and in the process created wide awareness of the laws relating to extra judicial killings as it relates to international human rights protection.
The arguments advanced by the competitors brought out the challenges experienced in an effort to curb extra judicial killings such us, ineffective investigations and prosecutions of suspected police officers.
Kabarak university competitors emerged winners of the AKMCC 2018.