Court orders law school to admit aggrieved students
By Fred Makana | May 10th 2016
The High Court has ordered Kenya School of Law (KSL) to admit students locked out by the Council of Legal Education. Justice George Odunga ruled the decision by CLE directing the students to undergo a remedial programme was a violation of their rights.
The judge directed CLE to forthwith release examination results which it had held to allow the students proceed with their studies and ordered the council to pay costs of the suit.
The court had suspended the April 29 deadline for submission of applications for students wishing to join KSL.
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