Nandi Governor Stephen arap Sang pays courtesy call to Kapsabet Law Courts and holds consultative meeting with court officials. Senior Principal Magistrate Hon Dolphina Alego.
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Ogembo Law Courts engage with stakeholders in the chain of justice.
Chief Magistrate’s Staff Welfare Association unveiled Part of the welfare’s objectives is to assist and support members during bereavement, hospitalization and retirement. The organization also aims to cater for members occupational safety and health training among others Speaking during the meeting, Chief Magistrate, Francis Andayi who is also the patron of the organization said the
Hon Lady Justice Roselyne Ekirapa Aburili on her graduation with a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the Kenyatta University on 4thAugust. Justice Aburili who is a judge in the Judicial Review Division is also currently undertaking her masters LLM Degree at the University of Nairobi School of Law. This is in addition to her
Migori new staff mark anniversary.
Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC) team led by the court’s Registrar Kennedy Kandet, meets members of Kitale Law Courts CUC to discuss establishment of ELRC Registry in Kitale.
Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu joined the Milimani law courts judicial officers and staff in holding the Christmas carols service. The event was organized by the Milimani Leadership Management team which is chaired by Justice Jessie Lesiit.
The Court Annexed Mediation program has seen over 600 cases referred to mediation, with an overall settlement rate of 55.24%. Currently, an estimate of Ksh.2.2 billion has been released into the economy by virtue of cases that have been resolved through mediation. Speaking during 2018 Mediation Conference, Principal Judge of the High Court, Justice Lydia
A display of artifacts in the Judiciary Museum The Judiciary Museum opened its doors to the public in June 2016. The facility is located in the Eastern wing of the Supreme Court Building basement, and one of its kind in East Africa and beyond. It showcases the rich history of the Judiciary featuring documents and objects of great judicial heritage value.
Nyeri Court of Appeal has reduced waiting time for appeal cases from seven years in 2013 to one year in 2017 as a result of the decentralization of the court of Appeal. The court’s Deputy Registrar, Harrison Adika, says while that is commendable, they are working to achieve real-time hearing of the cases, meaning the