Human Resource Management Advisory Committee undergoing training in labour laws and discipline procedures in Naivasha
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Kabarnet law courts participates in this year’s ASK show at Kabarnet. The team led by Resident Magistrate Viennah Amboko fields questions from ASK judges during the pre-show assessment.
The Presiding Judge, Nyeri High Court, Justice Jairus Ngaah explains the court processes to students of Othaya Boys High School during the ongoing Nyeri ASK Show.
Nyeri Court exhibits at the Nyeri ASK show.
Mombasa law courts and various tribunals are part of exhibitors at this year’s Mombasa ASK show.
TUESDAY, Nairobi, September 3, 2019. The High Court is targeting to hear and determine over 2,900 cases in courts stations with the highest backlog across the country during a service week. This is in a bid to reduce case-backlog from the system and ensure that all Kenyans access justice in a timely manner. The Court will
Chief Justice David Maraga today presided over the admission of 145 newly qualified lawyers to the Bar. On Monday September 2, the CJ admitted 144.
CJ Maraga roots for alternative dispute resolution Chief Justice David Maraga today asked Kenyans to use alternative dispute resolution as a way of expeditiously resolving land and succession matters. He said in many counties where he has visited the land and succession matters were far too many resulting to an untenable situation as far as
The Judiciary has significantly reduced the number of cases pending in the court system in the last one year. Speaking during the annual Judges colloquium in Mombasa, Chief Justice David Maraga said courts have managed to bring down cases that are five years old from 110,000, that were in the system last year, to only
Over 150 judges are converging in Mombasa for their annual conference to discuss a range of issues, among them, judicial accountability and independence. Chief Justice David Maraga is expected to officially open the colloquium themed: ‘Balancing Judicial Independence and Accountability’, at the Sarova Whitesands hotel. The four-day conference will be attended by Judges of the