Kenya School of Law Simplifies Bachelors` Lives

Kenya School of Law Simplifies Bachelors` Lives

Kenya School of Law Simplifies Bachelors` Lives

The FINANCIAL -- The Kenya School of Law has freed all students who got bachelor's degree from local universities from sitting for either entry tests or pre-Bar examinations to meet the requirements of advocates of the High Court.

The Kenya School of Law has freed all students who got bachelor’s degree from local universities from sitting for either entry tests or pre-Bar examinations to meet the requirements of advocates of the High Court.

This fact is proved by a particular ruling by Justice Enoch Chacha Mwita. In particular, he annulled the notification that made it mandatory for all students who wish to join KSL the Kenya School of Law.

“To avoid any doubt, it is declared that those who studied LLB degree in universities in Kenya having attained the required KCSE grades shall not sit for the pre-bar examination,” ruled Justice Mwita.

He also added that the doubtful directive for joining the Advocates Training Programme breaks all existing laws. Therefore, the judge confirmed the fact that all law graduates should not pass the test.

As it was informed earlier, a law graduate from the University of Nairobi, Adrian Kamotho, filed a case against the Kenya School of Law over the directive which had been affected by a July notice.

Earlier, only international students must have taken that test.

Source: Tuko News.

 

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