Officers from the Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman (OJO) engage members of public & media and receive & process complaints at Bungoma Law Courts during Public Clinics. A similar activity will be held in Kimilili on November Thursday 14 and Friday 15, 2019. #JudiciaryKE
The Judiciary led by the Chief Justice David Maraga held a public and private sector engagement forum in regards to Court Annexed Mediation and the role of Alternative dispute Resolution (ADR) in facilitating the ease of doing business. The forum brought together players in ADR sector including judges and magistrates, mediators and other partners like
The Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman (Judiciary’s complaints management mechanisms office) will conduct Public Clinics at Bungoma Law Courts (Nov 11 – 12, 2019) & Kimililii Law Courts (Nov 14 -15, 2019), starting 9 am, to create awareness on the office & its mandate. During the clinics, officers will engage the public, receive & process
The Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman officials engage members of public & media and receive complaints at Homabay Law Courts during Public Clinics. A similar exercise will be conducted at Ndhiwa Law Courts tomorrow Thursday, November 7 and Friday, November 8, 2019.
STATEMENT BY HON. DAVID K. MARAGA, CHIEF JUSTICE AND PRESIDENT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA, ON THE JUDICIARY BUDGET CUTS. NOVEMBER 4, 2019. Ladies and gentlemen, I have called you here today to make a statement on the developing crisis in the Judiciary concerning budget cuts. I am making this statement to correct
Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman to hold public clinics at Homa Bay High Court – November 4 – 5, 2019, and at Ndhiwa Law Courts on November 7 – 8, 2019.
Courts and administrative units performance evaluation and target setting is ongoing. At the Mombasa Courts, Lady Justice Lillian Mutende, Presiding Judge, Kitui High Court hands over negotiated Performance Management and Measurement Understanding to Hon. Evans Makori, Chief Magistrate. Looking on is Justice Eric Ogola, Presiding Judge – Mombasa Courts, Dr Paul Kimalu and Caroline Mungai
The Judiciary led by High Court Principal Judge Lydia Achode engages LSK Nairobi Branch members and other actors in the justice system on Automation and improvement of Court Registries. #JudiciaryKE
Judiciary held a Public Validation forum on the Draft National ADR Policy which was formulated by Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration in consultation with stakeholders in the ADR Sector. It was represented by Court Annexed Mediation Taskforce and Task force on Alternative Justice System. The objective of the draft policy is to promote practice of ADR
Gichugu Law Courts hold procession in Kianyaga town to mark its Open Day. Our Hashtag is: #FeedbackAndDemystifyingCourtProcesses