The Judicial Service Commission is established under Article 171 of the Constitution and consists of the following 11 members:
The Chief Registrar of the Judiciary is the Secretary to the Commission.
The functions of the Judicial Service Commission are to promote and facilitate the independence and accountability of the judiciary and the efficient, effective and transparent administration of justice and in doing this the JSC is to—
In the performance of its functions, the Commission is guided by competitiveness and transparent processes of appointment of judicial officers and other staff of the judiciary and the promotion of gender equality.
COMMISSIONERS OF THE JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION
Hon. Justice Dr. Willy M. Mutunga, Chief Justice / President of the Supreme Court of Kenya [ See Profile ]
Hon. Dr. Justice Smokin Wanjala, Commissioner/ Judge of the Supreme Court of Kenya [ See Profile ]
Hon. Justice Mohamed Warsame, Commissioner/ Judge Court of Appeal [ See Profile ]
Hon. Justice Aggrey Muchelule, Commissioner/Judge of the High Court of Kenya [ See Profile ]
Prof Tom Ojienda, Commissioner/Senior Counsel [ See Profile ]
Hon. Prof. Githu Muigai, Commissioner/ Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya [ See Profile ]
Hon. Emily Ominde, Commissioner/ Chief Magistrate, [ See Profile ]
Hon. Florence Muoti Mwangangi, Commissioner/ Advocate of the High Court of Kenya [ See Profile ]
Hon. Prof. Margaret Kobia, PhD, Commissioner [ See Profile ]
Hon. Rev. (Dr.) Samuel Kobia, Commissioner [ See Profile ]
SECRETARY TO THE COMMISSION
Anne Atieno Amadi - Chief Registrar of the Judiciary [ See Profile ]
PROMOTION OF JUDICIAL OFFICERS
This is to notify members of the public that the Judicial Service Commission will be conducting promotion interviews for the underlisted Judicial Officers to fill existing vacant positions. In line with the policy of the Commission on public participation, members of the public are invited to submit in writing any information of interest in relation to any of the Judicial Officers. Take note that the Commission shall interview any member of the public who has submitted any information on any of the Judicial Officers and such information shall be held in confidence. The information should be submitted to the address indicated below on or before 6th August, 2014.