Two UCT law students beat their counterparts from the University of the Western Cape-on their home turf, no less - in the very first Kader Asmal Law Moot. Hemlata Hunma and Stephen Miller argued before a panel including three High Court judges in the final round of the competition, which saw students lock horns over the pre-paid water management system imposed in a fictitious town. In picture, from left, are Nekwaya Iileka, Reon Cloete (coach), Hunma, Miller, and Steven Stuart-Steer.
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