The Milimani law courts Community held its annual Carols service on 18th December 2018. The annual event brought together judicial officers and staff from Milimani Law Courts main and the Milimani commercial Court. The event was the third and is the brainchild of the chairperson of the Milimani Leadership and Management Team (LMT) Hon Lady
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Chief Justice David Maraga joined the Kamiti Prison community in a special church service. The CJ was accompanied by the Milimani Criminal Division Presiding Judge Jessie Lesiit and the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi.
Chief Justice David Maraga receives a honorary Doctorate in Law from Daystar University during its 41st Graduation Ceremony at the Athi River Campus.
Milimani Family Division Bar – Bench committee celebrated the 18th anniversary since the establishment of the Division at the High Court in Nairobi. The event held at a Nairobi hotel brought together key players in the Family Division that included the judicial officers and members of the bar from Law Society of Kenya, Family law
Message of Condolence to the Family of the Late Justice William Deverell I have learnt with great sadness about the demise of Justice William Shirley Deverell, a former judge of the Court of Appeal. On behalf of the Judiciary, my family and on my own behalf, I wish to express our heartfelt condolences to his family and
SUNDAY, December 2, 2018. Women justice actors commit to combating GBV. Women judges, magistrates and prosecutors have signed a commitment that would see a concerted approach by women justice actors to combating Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Africa. The representatives of associations of women judges, magistrates and prosecutors from the African region resolved and committed to establishing the
More strategies needed to tackle Gender Based Violence There is need to come up with strategies that go beyond legislative and policy reforms in order to combat Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the country. Speaking in Nairobi at the Regional Conference for Women Justice Actors, Chief Justice David Maraga observed that GBV persists in Kenya
Regional Conference for Women Justice Actors on Knowledge Sharing, Creating Partnerships and Combating Systemic Impunity towards Gender Based Violence (GBV) Women judges and magistrates from the East Africa and other parts of Africa will converge in Nairobi starting Friday 30th, for a two-day regional conference to discuss proper adjudication of Gender Based Violence (GBV) cases
British Minister of State (the Commonwealth and the UN) Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon visited the Chief Justice David Maraga at Supreme Court, Nairobi. Lord Ahmad was accompanied by Mr. Nic Hailey, the British High Commissioner to Kenya.
Chief Justice David Maraga joined the family of the late James Amadi, the father in-law of Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi, during his sendoff at Rachuonyo in Homa Bay County. con