The Judiciary has installed another Public Information Kiosk facility at Nakuru Law Courts to enhance service delivery at the station. The facility has an English and Swahili service and enables Judiciary clients to search dates for their cases online. This is the sixth court station to be installed with the machine. Others are Milimani Law
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Wundanyi Law Courts conducts its first mobile court session at Kishushe in Wundanyi Constituency. The inaugural session was presided over by Resident Magistrate Emily Nyakundi.
Tononoka Children Court will on September 19 conduct a Court User Committee Open Day themed: Realizing the Child’s interest through Mediation, Diversion & Restorative Justice” You are invited to engage with offiers in the justice chain. Our hashtag is:#FeedbackAndDemystifyingCourtProcesses
Human Resource Management Advisory Committee undergoing training in labour laws and discipline procedures in Naivasha
Staff Members of Thika Environment and Land Court (ELC) were trained on case tracking system.
Thika Environment and Land Court (ELC) family led by Justice Lucy Gacheru during team building activities in Thika.
Registrar Magistrate Courts Hon Peter Mulwa visited Wundanyi Law Court on a fact finding mission on Sexual Offense cases. The court court has fully complied with the set standards. He commended the court for clinching position one in the last Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMU) ranking.
Kabarnet Court hosted Eldama Ravine law courts for friendly ball games during the Baringo County Judiciary tournament. The competition was organized courtesy of Kabarnet High Court Presiding Judge Edward Muriithi. The Eldama Ravine team was led by Principal Magistrate John Tamar and Senior Resident Magistrate Judicaster Nthuku while Kabarnet law courts was led by Senior
Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) has now been initiated in Malindi. A mediation registry was set up at the Court to start receiving mediation matters. Chair of the Court Annexed Mediation taskforce Justice Fred Ochieng led the team that engaged internal and external stakeholders on benefits of alternative dispute resolution. The occasion was graced by Kilifi