Keketso is an ICLA fellow with extensive experience with moot competitions, as a tool for human rights education. Keketso first got involved with moot courts in 2009 as a participant in the South African Schools Moot Court Competition. Since then, he has been involved with moots in a range of capacities - as a participant, organiser, coach, bailiff and judge. As a participant, Keketso had a lot success as a mooter including holding the title of the 2015 African Regional Champion in the ELSA Moot Court Competition on International Trade Law, where he was awarded the prize of Best Oralist; In 2014, he won the South African Round of the Phillip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition, the largest Moot Court Competition in the world, and was also awarded prize for Best Oralist and Best Written Submissions.
As a coach, Keketso has coached teams that have won multiple national and international championships and prizes, including in the Jessup International Law Moot, African Human Rights Moot Court, IMC International Moot Court. He works with our Director, Prof Heyns on developing and strengthening ICLA’s moot court activities. Keketso holds a master’s degree (international law) from the University of Pretoria.
Research Interest – Public International Law, IHL, International Trade and Human rights.
[Last updated: 14 September 2020]