“The Judiciary exists not for its own sake but to serve the common person by ensuring the efficient administration of justice and facilitating smooth commercial interactions between business entities. That is why, for example, reforms in the Judiciary have such a positive impact for Kenya in World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business ranking. There just
STATEMENT ON THE STATE OF THE JUDICIARY IN LIGHT OF DRASTIC CUTS IN BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS
MONDAY, July 23, 2018 The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has completed interviews and selected Ms Jacqueline Manani to represent JSC in the Salaries and Remuneration Commission for a fixed term of six years. This is a full time position. Further, the Commission after competitive recruitment, has picked Mr Paul Ndemo for the position of Deputy
Vihiga Law Courts CUC members get training on case management, Criminal Procedure Code, Civil Procedure rules. Judge Fred Ochieng was among the facilitators during the one-day workshop held in Kisumu. Kisumu Presiding Justice Fred Ochieng is joined by members of the Vihiga Law Courts CUC members during a case management training in Kisumu.
Commercial and Tax Division of Milimani meets the International Trademark Association Judges of the Commercial and Tax Division held a meeting with a delegation from the International Trademark Association (INTA). The meeting held at Milimani Law Courts focused on Intellectual Property rights and how the Judiciary can harness the research and knowledge of INTA on
Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi on Monday June 4, swore in members of Kenya Revenue Authority Board of Directors at the Supreme Court Building. Those who were sworn in include: Chairperson Amb. Francis Muthaura and members Mr. Charles Makori Omanga, Mr Leonard Ithau and Ms Susan Mudhune. The CRJ promised that the Judiciary
ANNUAL MAGISTRATES & KADHIS COLLOQUIUM [Download] The Annual Magistrates & Kadhis Colloquium is scheduled to take place between 17th and 30th June, 2018. The same will take place in two phases as follows: Phase I: 17th to 21st June, 2018 Phase II: 26th to 30th June, 2018 The participation has been scheduled such
Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the launch of the Commercial Justice Sector Reforms Project. The Commercial Justice Sector Reforms Project is one of the many initiatives being undertaken by the Judiciary in a bid to enhance service delivery. The project aligns to Chief Justice David Maraga’s new strategic blueprint titled Sustaining Judiciary Transformation: A
TUESDAY, April 24, 2018 Judge Achode elected the new Principal Judge of the High Court Lady Justice Lydia Achode is the new Principal Judge of the High Court of Kenya. Judge Achode was elected by other judges in election exercise conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), in Mombasa. The election of the
Ogembo Law Courts engage with stakeholders in the chain of justice.
Chief Magistrate’s Staff Welfare Association unveiled Part of the welfare’s objectives is to assist and support members during bereavement, hospitalization and retirement. The organization also aims to cater for members occupational safety and health training among others Speaking during the meeting, Chief Magistrate, Francis Andayi who is also the patron of the organization said the