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LASU Law Students Win National Moot Court Competition

Lagos State University (LASU) law students have once again emerged victorious in the national moot court competition organized for law Students.

Lagos State University (LASU) law students have once again emerged victorious in the national moot court competition.

According to a statement from LASU’s official handle on X on Wednesday, the team, led by David Akinwunmi and including Temidire Adeyemi and Johnson Ogundein, represented LASU with exceptional skill and determination.

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The national moot court competition, organized by Olabisi Onabanjo University in honor of Dr. OluSegun Asekun, a distinguished immigration lawyer based in New York, drew attention from esteemed figures, including members of the National Assembly and prominent lawyers from Texas and New York.

Expressing gratitude to his faculty and lecturers for their guidance, Akinwunmi highlighted that this victory marks LASULAW’s fifth consecutive win in national competitions. He praised the competition’s organization and standards, emphasizing how it challenged participants to elevate their skills to new heights.

In May, another competition organized by Redeemers University in Osun State attracted participants from universities across the country. This competition, titled “The Legal and Ethical Implications of Emerging Technology,” included essay writing, asynchronous debate, memorial writing, and mooting stages, comprising multiple rounds that tested participants’ critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and teamwork.

Kodjovi Daniel represented LASU in the essay writing stage. Aina Ayomide and Abdulquadri Ajeniya participated in the debate stage, while Bolajoko Animasaun and Akinrinde Fredrick represented LASU in the final rounds.

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