The chairperson of the Court Process servers committee of the Judiciary, lady Justice Anne Ong’ijo received the Process Servers and Bailiffs draft bill 2019 from the Court Process Servers Society of Kenya. The draft bill was presented by a delegation of regional representatives of the Court process servers society of Kenya led by their chairperson
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Kisii Law Courts will hold its Open Day from June 24 to 27, 2019. The event will be held at the Kisii Law Courts grounds. Court officials will be at hand to respond to questions. The Open Day is meant to have court officials engage with members of public, explain court process and receive feedback
Kabarnet Presiding Judge, Justice Edward Muriithi flagged off a procession of Judicial Officers, staff and members of the CUC to invite members of the public to the event. The court and CUCs engaged members of the public on ways to improve service delivery.
The Judicial Service Commission panel interviewed Justice Florence Muchemi , Justice Francis Tuiyott, Dr. John Chebii and Joyce Majiwa at JSC Secretariat for the position of Court of Appeal Judge. The interviewing panel was chaired by Chief Justice David Maraga.
Judicial Officers and members of the bar today paid a courtesy call on the Kisii County Governor, James Ongwae.
Eldoret Law Courts held its Open Day to showcase its services to the public. Members of the Court Users Committee who attended the function explained the various roles they play in the dispensation of Justice.
Kabarnet Law Courts will hold its Open Day starting tomorrow 20, 2019. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the Open Day to engage Judges, Magistrates, members of the CUC and Judicial staff in a public engagement exercise aimed at demystifying court processes. Kabarnet Principal Magistrate Nerolyne Idagwa on Umoja 105.1 FM in
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) chaired by Chief Justice David Maraga, today interviewed four more candidates for the position of Court of Appeal Judge. Those interviewed are: Mr Ireri Njagi and Justices Weldon Korir, Boaz Olao and Maureen Onyango. The interviews are taking place in Nairobi and are open to the public.
The recruitment of Court of Appeal judges started kicked off on Monday 17 at Judicial Service commission (JSC) Secretariat, Re-Insurance Plaza, in Nairobi. Justices Abida Ali-Aroni, Msagha Mbogholi, Aggrey Muchelule and Mumbi Ngugi were the first to be interviewed by the Commission. The JSC is seeking to recruit 11 individuals to fill the position Court