UCC Faculty of Law Students Participate in International Moot Court Competition

Two students from the Faculty of Law, University of Cape Coast participated in the 32nd  edition of the Christ of Heyns African Human Rights Moot Court Competition from September 3 - 9 at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The Faculty of Law, UCC  Moot Court team placed 7th in the Anglophone competition. The team that represented UCC were Ms. Daula Mohammed and Mr. Abdul-Aziz Osman level  with  Mr. VanBoven Swanzy-Essien as their coach.

Some of the students with dignitaries after the event

Ms. Daula Mohammed, one of the Oralists from UCC, was also adjudged the 10th best from 98 Oralists.

The students are in Level 300.

A total of 62 Faculties of Law from 17 African countries participated, comprising 2 Lusophones (Portuguese speaking), 11 Francophones and 49 Anglophones.

Overall, Kenyatta University finished as the winners with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Moot Court team as runners-up.

Source: Faculty of Law