Judiciary emerged the best in the category ‘Government Ministries’ stand, during this year’s ASK show in Kakamega.
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Justice Matheka Teresia leads Alternative Justice System (AJS) training for elders at Othaya law court.
Embu Law Courts now joins ten other courts in the regions to operationalise Court Annexed Mediation. Following the successful implementation of mediation in Nairobi since 2016, the Judiciary earmarked ten other counties to have CAM operational. Last year, The Chief Justice David Maraga gazetted Practice Directions to guide the roll out of CAM in ten
Justice David Majanja and Hon Nyotah meeting with Kisii County Human Rights Defenders (HRDS) with Commissioner Wakonyo of KNCHR. The meeting discussed how to improve access to justice with HRDS.
Chief Justice David Maraga unveiled the 2017/2018 Performance Management and Measurement Understandings evaluation report. This is the third cycle evaluation report.
Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the swearing in of Mr Macharia Njeru and Justice David Majanja as new members of the Judicial Service Commission. The CJ at the same time swore in Stella Munyi as the Assisting Counsel to the Tribunal appointed to investigate the conduct of Supreme Court Judge Prof Jackton Ojwang.
CJ David Maraga will on Friday, May 17, 2019, at Supreme Court Building, Nairobi, launch the Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMUs) 2017- 2018 evaluation report. During the launch, best performing courts & administrative units will be recognised.
Judges of the High Court and the Environment Land Court from across the country met at Milimani law courts to provide views and perspectives based on their experience and their aspirations to the JSC Sub-Committee on Judiciary Independence and Accountability. The subcommittee is tasked with; Assessing the status of the Judiciary independence and accountability since the
The Judicial Service Commission today held a stakehoders engagement forum on Judiciary independence and accountability since 2010 where it received views on the Commission’s and Judiciary’s operations. The various stakeholders pointed out areas of weaknesses in the system and proposed ways to improve service delivery.
Judicial Service Commission press statement on petitions against judges of superior courts and complaints against magistrates. [ Download Statement ]