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Court meets to improve performance

Busia Law Courts staff met to discuss ways of improving service delivery at the station on November 8, 2018. The meeting attended by judicial officers and staff deliberated on how to improve their 2018/2019 Performance Management and Measurement Understanding (PMMU). The deliberations go a long way to enhance access to justice, speedy disposal of cases as

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Busia ELC gets Legal Researcher

The Environment and Land Court (ELC) in Busia has a new Legal Researcher. Ms Marcella Atieno Oloo joined the court on November 5, 2018. This is the first time the court has hired a researcher to support judicial officers in legal research. Ms Oloo was recruited by the Judicial Service Commission to enhance capacity at

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Business Court User Committee deliberates on Trademark Law

Business Court User Committee – BCUC chairperson Justice Mary Kasango has pledged that the Judiciary will continue collaborating with the private sector to ensure speedy resolution of business related disputes. Speaking during the Business Court User Committee-BCUC monthly luncheon, Justice Kasango said partnerships between the Judiciary and the private sector will unlock resources that will

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Judiciary rolls out Court Annexed Mediation to other regions

After a successfully pilot of Court Annexed Mediation in Nairobi, the Judiciary has now rolled out the mediation as an Alternative Dispute Resolution method to other counties. Borrowing from the lessons learnt during the Mediation pilot and Settlement Week in Nairobi, the Chief Justice David Maraga gazetted Practice Directions to guide the rollout of Court

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CJ lays foundation stone for new court at Ol Kalou, pledges efficiency in delivery of justice

Chief Justice David Maraga has promised to ensure that the ongoing construction of premium courtrooms in many parts of the country is matched by a corresponding improvement in service delivery. Speaking while laying the foundation stone for the Ol Kalou Law Courts in Nyandarua, CJ Maraga said: “We are emphasising the need to increase efficiency

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