INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
Better known as the ICJ, is one of the main bureaus of KenyaMUN and it serves as the court of the organization
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ICJ
The primary function of the bureau members is to serve as judges of the court, similar in structure and substance to the real life ICJ which has 15 judges as well.
Draft moot problems to be argued out by agents during mock debates and conferences
As the ICJ serves as the legal organ of the organization, draft necessary legislations when need be and other legal documents
Conduct training for agents at the chapter levels in liaison with the local PICJs (it is more of a complementary role)
Get to know the ICJ
Departments within the International Court of Justice
- Administration and communication: comprising of a registrar and deputy registrar
- Drafting and legislation
- Chapter training and co-ordination
- New chapter integration
The International Court of Justice Explained
VISION OF THE ICJ
The main vision of the 22nd ICJ session can be simply summarized as ‘educate and aim to be educated’.
It intends that this session may be the most interactive and educative session for the bureau members and the agents as well. To incorporate non-law students into the ICJ and allow them to share in the ICJ experience. To have fun with the law and be critical about it as well.