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KJA conducts capacity building for Commercial and Tax Law Division Judges, Deputy Registrars and Legal Researchers on Company and Insolvency Law

Kenya Judiciary Academy (KJA) conducted a capacity building workshop for Judges, Deputy Registrars and Legal Researchers from the High Court Commercial and Tax Law Division on Company and Insolvency Law. The 3-day training that was conducted in partnership with the office of the Presiding Judge Commercial and Tax Law Division, International Development Law Organization (IDLO), and Kenya Deposits Insurance Corporation (KDIC) aims at┬áproviding conceptual and theoretical framework on matters touching on insolvency; promote understanding and application of consumer protection measures; and offer insights on emerging issues in the insolvency sector. [gallery size="medium" ids="31493,31494"]  ...

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Court officials meet to discuss case tracking and e-Filing systems

Deputy Registrars & court administrators from registries of all Divisions in Milimani Law Courts &  ICT officers when they held a working retreat in Mombasa to review the case tracking and e-filing systems and how to improve the systems for efficient service delivery in courts. nn ...

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New Customer Service Centre opened at Milimani Law Courts

The new Court Customer Service Centre Site at the Milimani Law Courts was handed over today.nThe handover formality was officiated by the Civil Division Presiding Judge, Msagha Mbogholi. Others present were the Registrar of the High Court, Judy Omange and Director of Building Services, Architect John Okello among othersnThe Court Customer Service Centre will house crucial services as follows; Refund of Cash Bail and Court Deposits; Information on all Succession cases referred to the Principal Registry; Assessment of Court Fees and handling of complaints. nnIt is expected that the court users will benefit from an enhanced customer experience. n n n n n ...

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High Court Principal Judge hosts pupils from disadvantaged families

High Court Principal Judge Lydia Achode hosts pupils from Children of Africa Hope Mission School. The school is an alternative provider of basic education & technology and draws children from disadvantaged backgrounds such as orphans. It is run by Riruta United Women Empowerement Programme (RUWEPO). The pupils were taken through the structure of the Judiciary and roles of personnel in court. she presented them with Constitution and IEC materials.n#JudiciaryKEnn nn ...

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Principal judge hosts children

High Court Principal Judge Lydia Achode hosted kindergarten pupils from Imani Montessori school at Milimani Law Courts. nThe Judge took the children through court processes and introduced them to the various court officials in the justice system  and their duties such as prison wardens, police officers and advocates. nThey were also taken to the children's court play area where they met other children under protection and Care cases. nShe encouraged the pupils to be of good behaviour so as not to get into trouble with the law and also to work hard in order to realise their dreams in life.nFurther,...

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