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Integrated Court Management Systems chair Justice Lenaola hosts Ghanaian delegation

Chair of the Integrated Court Management Systems (ICMS) committee Justice Isaac Lenaola hosted a delegation from the Judiciary of Ghana led by Court of Appeal Judge Janapare A. Bartels-Kwodwo who are on a study tour of the Kenya Judiciary. The team was in the country to understand the governance structure underpinning the automation drive, the legal reforms underpinning the digitization, the policy underpinning the automation drive and how it has been implemented, among other issues. Later, the delegation was hosted by High Court Principal Judge Eric Ogola who took them through the Case Tracking System (CTS) and how it facilitates dispensation of...

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African Judicial Network on Environmental Law to be hosted in Kenya

FRIDAY, August 03, 2018 Leaders of African judiciaries meeting in Maputo, Mozambique, today resolved to have the African Judicial Network on Environmental Law hosted by Kenya. The country will also host the next regional Symposium on Greening the Judiciaries in Africa, an initiative supported by United Nations Environment Programme. It is scheduled to take place in 2020. Chief Justice David Maraga told participants at the end of the conference that Kenya was delighted to host the next meeting and said he hoped it would be "even bigger than this one," referring to the Maputo meeting where more than 20 Chief Justices attended. Presidents of...

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The Judiciary Museum of Kenya

The Judiciary Museum of Kenya, located in the Eastern wing of the Supreme Court Building basement, opened its doors to the public in June 2016. The facility, one of its kind in East Africa and beyond, showcases the rich history of the Judiciary. It features key documents and objects of great judicial heritage value. The Judiciary Museum of Kenya idea, was inspired by the need to open up the Judiciary to the public, in line with Pillar 1 of the Judiciary Transformation Framework (JTF) on People-Centeredness and Public Engagement. It aims to enhance public understanding and appreciation of the evolution of legal...

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JSC picks SRC representative and Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary

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 Chief Registrar of the Judiciary. Ms Manani, who has 16 years of experience, worked as the Director of Legal Services/Chief Commission Counsel at the Public Service Commission. Prior, she served as an Assisting Counsel to the Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board and earlier worked as a Senior Legal...

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Vihiga Law Courts CUC members benefit from a case management training

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....

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Commercial Division meets the International Trademark Association

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 this distinctive area of law. Led by the Division’s Presiding Judge Mary Kasango, the judges welcomed the collaboration between the Commercial Division and the International Trademark Association on this specialised subject of law that is ever evolving and requires continuous enhancement of knowledge. The International Trademark Association led by...

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CRJ Amadi swears in new KRA board members

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 would support the Board towards execution of its  mandate saying that Kenyans are demanding more accountability from public officers each day. While acknowledging the big responsibility ahead of the Board, Amb Muthaura promised that the team would live up to their Oath of Office.                                             Chief Registrar Anne Amadi is...

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CJ launches Commercial Justice Sector Reform project

  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 Service Delivery Agenda (2017-2021), which was launched in January 2017 and builds upon the role of the Judiciary in enhancing service delivery as established under the JTF. The project will undertake Commercial Court Automation by introducing new information technology that meet international standards to improve court service efficiency and transparency....

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