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IMAT College represents Sierra Leone at Jessup Moot Competition

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IMAT College represents Sierra Leone at Jessup Moot Competition

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IMAT College Law School Ranks 89th Globally in Prestigious Jessup Moot Competition, Leading African Universities

IMAT College Law School has achieved a remarkable milestone by securing the 89th position out of 150 universities worldwide in the prestigious Jessup Moot Competition.

This outstanding achievement places IMAT College in 2nd position in the league of African teams ahead of renowned institutions such as the University of Lagos, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Tunisia, Lesotho and two American universities, among others, solidifying its position as a leading academic institution in the field of law.

The team from IMAT College demonstrated exceptional talent, dedication, and legal acumen throughout the competition, showcasing their expertise in international law and advocacy. Their performance stands as a testament to the high standards of legal education and training offered at IMAT College.

Amadu Justice BAH, the esteemed Founder of IMAT College, expressed his pride in the College’s accomplishments, stating, “After emerging as local champions in the national rounds of intercollegiate moot competitions for two consecutive years, our success on the global stage in the Jessup Moot Competition is a validation of our commitment to excellence in legal education. We are honored to represent Africa and showcase the talent and dedication of our students on an international platform.”

IMAT College, impressive performance in the Jessup Moot Competition not only reflects the hard work and dedication of its students and faculty but also reinforces the College’s reputation as a center of legal excellence. The College continues to inspire and empower the next generation of legal professionals to excel in the dynamic and challenging field of law.

Join us in thanking out dedicated students for toiling upwards in the nights. This accolade belongs to them.

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