Our students participated in the National International Humanitarian Law Moot Court competition at the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) on Friday 16th October 2015. Two teams of three students each, represented RU.
Riara Team 1, made up of Ruth
Riara University basketball men continued their winning streak this weekend by beating Technical University of Kenya with a three point margin at 66:63 in a hotly contested match. The Bucks had a clear 25 point before
Saturday 10th October, saw RU soccer team awarded two goals against UMMA University on walkover after they failed to turn up on time for the match. On Sunday 11th October, RU faced off with KUSA newcomer Machakos University. Despite the
The Basketball Men’s team, the Riara Bucks, had a good run through the NBA League, finishing 2nd runners in their tier qualifying for playoffs to determine which team progresses to Division 2 whose matches are played at the state of
RU football team ran riot on Sunday, dressing down Daystar University with a 5:0 win. This was after a 1:0 loss to Technical University on Saturday in the currently ongoing Kenya Universities Sports Association tournaments. The team drove hard
On 11th September, 2015, Professor Sylvia Kang’ara, Ms. Florence Shako and Ms. Caroline Lichuma were invited to give talks on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR). The Commission is a National Human Rights
The Rotary Club of Lavington has sponsored their first Rotaract Club. On Friday, September 18, 2015 the club had its first sponsorship and nomination meeting for new Rotaract Club of Riara University in an event led by Rotarian Head of
The Riara Law School organised and hosted a public lecture by Professor Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Dean of the University of Nairobi School of Law ?yesterda?y, September 29, 2015 from 130 pm to 430 pm in room G-15.
The lecture was on
Riara University’s 10th Matriculation Ceremony was held on 9/24/2015 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. The Matriculation Ceremony marks the formal admission and induction of new students into the rich Riara heritage. The ceremony was presided over by the Vice
Riara Law School hosted a public lecture by Professor Tomoya Obokata of Keele University School of Law, UK , on September 16th 2015.
The lecture was be on “International Law on Transnational Organized Crimes”