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Mr Njoroge Maina takes Oath of Office as the new CEO/Secretary to the Board of the Independent Policing Oversight Authority before Chief Justice David Maraga today at the Supreme Court, Nairobi. The event was attended by IPOA chairman Macharia Njeru and other board members.
Judiciary to construct more courts. FRIDAY, May 4, 2018 The Judiciary has asked Parliament to allocate it more funds for construction of more courts to bring justice closer to the people. Speaking during the Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC) Open Day at Milimani Commercial Court, Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu said the Judiciary plans to
Best performing courts and administrative units, 2016 – 2017 Court of Appeal Malindi Court of Appeal Recognition award for overall best performing Court of Appeal. This Court achieved a performance grade of “Good”. The court reduced case backlog by 62 %. The bench comprised of Hon. Justice Alnashir Visram– Presiding judge and Hon. Lady
TUESDAY, April 24, 2018 Judge Achode elected the new Principal Judge of the High Court Lady Justice Lydia Achode is the new Principal Judge of the High Court of Kenya. Judge Achode was elected by other judges in election exercise conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), in Mombasa. The election of the
Appellate Judges meet in Mombasa. WEDNESDAY, April 11, 2018 Court of Appeal judges are meeting in Mombasa to deliberate on the vision of the court with a view to improving service delivery. The three-day retreat themed: ‘Vision of the Court’ will discuss digitization of the Court, judicial ethics, court management and mediation as well as emerging
Mumias Law Courts held its Open Day to interact with members of public,explain court services and get feedback to improve delivery of service.
Mauritis Barendrecth, Research Director, The Hague Institute for Institutionalization of Law (HiiL), presents the Justice Needs Survey Report in Kenya to the Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu during its launch at a Nairobi Hotel. . Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has lauded the research and launch of the Justice Needs Survey Report in Kenya terming
Chief Justice David Maraga launched the Legal Empowerment & Aid Delivery(PLEAD) programme, a 5-year partnership between the Government of Kenya, the EU, legal aid civil society actors, the UNODC & the UNDP. It aims at contributing to improving access to justice and legal aid in Kenya.
The bail and bond team retreated to Naivasha to work on its programmes and write report on the implementation of bail and bond in the country even as it develops a comprehensive Bail and Bond Bill that will address both substantive and procedural issues on bail and bond and, other administrative processes. The team