Moot court competitions form an integral part of legal training at RLS. Through them, students sharpen their writing and oral advocacy skills, which inevitably prepare them for the practice of law. On 12th July, 2017, RLS was privileged to
On Thursday, May 12, 2016, the Riara Law School held a Stakeholder’s Consultative Forum at the Riara University premises.The key purpose of the forum was to engage in curriculum review and development of a potential niche area for the
The World Book Day was first officially celebrated in 1995, when UNESCO selected April 23rd as the date to mark the event. The date coincides with the birth and deaths of famous authors, including the death of William Shakespeare (April
Riara University main objective is to provide a rigorous, robust academic curriculum that sparks curiosity and imagination while teaching critical knowledge and skills to its students.
This has led to us joining and receiving recognition as an Oracle Institutional
Chapter Author: Dr. Margaret W. Njeru (Senior Lecturer, Riara School of Education)
Book Chapter Title: Teach Our Children in Their Mother Tongue
Book Title: Kenya after 50: Reconfiguring Education, Gender, and Policy (African Histories and Modernities)
Editors: Koster, M.M.,
[metaslider id=6909]Riara Law School participated in the just concluded African round of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) moot court competition on the World Trade Organization (WTO) Law at Rhodes University in South Africa. The University was represented by law
The Nairobi County Capital Markets University Challenge ran from October 2015 to March 2016 targeting all universities within Nairobi County and its environs.The Riara University School of Business duo, comprising Susan Lekanaiya and Bill Kinoti, did
The Monthly Students Innovation Forum held on 30/03/2016 had great engagements. Students from school of Computing Sciences unveiled a “robotic car.”
Led by Bhagyashree Halai, they demonstrated their skills in mechanics and electronics based on the knowledge acquired on
The Riara University faculty (both full time and adjuncts) on 18th March 2016 concluded a six-week Certificate in Teaching at the University (CTU) training programme on effective learner-centred pedagogical approaches.
The programme was led by the Riara School of Education