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UNILAK Law Students triumph in Inter-University Moot Court competition on Refugees and Asylum sekers 

Students from the Faculty of Law at UNILAK have emerged triumphant in the inter-university moot court competition focusing on refugees and asylum seekers. The competition saw participation from several universities, yet UNILAK team stood out, showcasing their exceptional knowledge, research, and advocacy skills.

The moment of triumph arrived when the UNILAK team was announced as the overall winners of the competition. Their meticulous preparation, in-depth research, and compelling presentation skills set them apart, securing a well-deserved victory.

As a testament to their success, the team was honored with a prestigious trophy, symbolizing their achievement in mastering the complex legal aspects of refugee and asylum laws. Additionally, each member received individual medals recognizing their exceptional contributions to the team’s success.

However, the accolades didn’t end there. In a remarkable gesture, the winning team was also offered paid internships at the esteemed Legal Aid Forum, renowned for its advocacy and support for marginalized communities.

“This victory not only showcases the talent and hard work of our students but also reinforces our commitment to nurturing legal minds equipped to address critical societal issues,” remarked Dr. Jacques Kabano, a lecturer at UNILAK in the Faculty of Law and a mentor to the winning team.

The Faculty of Law at UNILAK expressed immense pride in its students’ accomplishments, highlighting their dedication, perseverance, and commitment to promoting justice and upholding the rights of the vulnerable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The moment of triumph arrived when the UNILAK team was announced as the overall winners of the competition. Their meticulous preparation, in-depth research, and compelling presentation skills set them apart, securing a well-deserved victory.

As a testament to their success, the team was honored with a prestigious trophy, symbolizing their achievement in mastering the complex legal aspects of refugee and asylum laws. Additionally, each member received individual medals recognizing their exceptional contributions to the team’s success.

However, the accolades didn’t end there. In a remarkable gesture, the winning team was also offered paid internships at the esteemed Legal Aid Forum, renowned for its advocacy and support for marginalized communities.

“This victory not only showcases the talent and hard work of our students but also reinforces our commitment to nurturing legal minds equipped to address critical societal issues,” remarked Dr. Jacques Kabano, a lecturer at UNILAK in the Faculty of Law and a mentor to the winning team.

The Faculty of Law at UNILAK expressed immense pride in its students’ accomplishments, highlighting their dedication, perseverance, and commitment to promoting justice and upholding the rights of the vulnerable.

Students from the Faculty of Law at UNILAK have emerged triumphant in the inter-university moot court competition focusing on refugees and asylum seekers. The competition saw participation from several universities, yet UNILAK team stood out, showcasing their exceptional knowledge, research, and advocacy skills.

The moment of triumph arrived when the UNILAK team was announced as the overall winners of the competition. Their meticulous preparation, in-depth research, and compelling presentation skills set them apart, securing a well-deserved victory.

As a testament to their success, the team was honored with a prestigious trophy, symbolizing their achievement in mastering the complex legal aspects of refugee and asylum laws. Additionally, each member received individual medals recognizing their exceptional contributions to the team’s success.

However, the accolades didn’t end there. In a remarkable gesture, the winning team was also offered paid internships at the esteemed Legal Aid Forum, renowned for its advocacy and support for marginalized communities.

“This victory not only showcases the talent and hard work of our students but also reinforces our commitment to nurturing legal minds equipped to address critical societal issues,” remarked Dr. Jacques Kabano, a lecturer at UNILAK in the Faculty of Law and a mentor to the winning team.

The Faculty of Law at UNILAK expressed immense pride in its students’ accomplishments, highlighting their dedication, perseverance, and commitment to promoting justice and upholding the rights of the vulnerable.