Why Jkuat Law School

LEARNING AT JKUAT SCHOOL OF LAW

Modern ICT equipment and methods are employed in learning. The class contact period incorporates the use of power-point presentations, group work presentations, and guest lecturers where arranged in learning. This enhances the interest of students in the various course units. The faculty incorporates other learning methods such as judicial attachment and mooting. These are offered at different points during the course of study at JKUAT.

JKUAT School of Law provides students with a practical learning environment. It has a well furnished moot court with excellent ambience.  All law students have the opportunity to use this facility throughout the course of their study at JKUAT. The moot court is also utilized by members of the moot club and for preparations during the different moot court competitions that the students enroll in. JKUAT Law students have in the recent past participated in international moot court competitions at The Hague as well as in the country.

The JKUAT School of Law offers unique courses in law that distinguishes the graduates, making them very competitive in today’s job market. Such course units include Agricultural Law, Biotechnology and Biosafety Law, Information Communication and Technology Law, Health and Medical Law, Environmental Law, among others. All the core units required for the postgraduate diploma at Kenya School of Law are also offered at the JKUAT School of Law. The JKUAT School of Law lecturers are some of the best in the legal field, very professional, and friendly.

There is wireless internet access at Karen campus and the School of Law building enjoys fast internet speed. The School as well has one computer laboratory with the capability of providing law students with access to electronic resources.  The campus library has a collection of key legal texts, law reports series, journals and other reference material.  Relevant electronic journals can be accessed via the JKUAT e- Library portal.

The JKUAT School of Law adopts an open door policy and encourages students to air their views on their learning experience. Students matters are appropriately attended to and examination results timely released as per the JKUAT Service Charter. Communication to the students is enhanced by cooperating with class representatives who link the faculty members and the students.

2 thoughts on “Why Jkuat Law School

  1. Hi I would like to enrol joma kenyatta university at this year
    I have bacholer of public Administration (university of somalia)
    And i need master of international law

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