This annual event brings together law students from four universities, which are Midlands State University, University of Zimbabwe, Ezekiel Guti University and Great Zimbabwe University. The students argue a hypothetical human rights case, emanating from corruption as if they were before the Constitutional Court. The competition continuously prepares new generation of lawyers to argue cases on the nexus between corruption and human rights. Students are given a hypothetical case before the date of the court competition for them to familiarise with the contents and prepare their arguments. On the day of the moot court competition, students will argue their cases before a panel of judges. This simulation is set up as a cooperative learning activity with every participant having a role to play that will contribute to the overall success of the activity.