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CRJ Mokaya keen on listening to concerns of every constituency in the Judiciary

In her first official function since assuming office, Chief Registrar Winfridah Mokaya addressed Judges and Deputy Registrars who participated in the annual High Court Leaders Forum at the Ciala Resort in Kisumu on 28 March 2024. The Chief Registrar assured the High Court that she was keen to listen to and carry the concerns of every constituency in the Judiciary. To facilitate this, her office would develop a framework for robust engagement with Judges and Deputy Registrars on how the administration of the Judiciary can better support the High Court to deliver on its mandate. The Chief Registrar also committed to ensure...

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Judiciary extends reach of justice beyond physical boundaries

OL KALOU, Kenya. August 31, 2023.  Judiciary extends reach of justice beyond physical boundaries The Judiciary is embracing technology and harnessing its potential to ensure that justice is done swiftly, transparently, and impartially. Speaking during the launch of Ol Kalou Law Courts complex, Nyandarua High Court, Nyandarua ELC and E-filing system, Chief Justice Martha Koome said the launch of e-filing in Nyandarua marks the tenth County to adopt the digital initiative as the Judiciary extends the reach of justice beyond physical boundaries in the country. She said that e-filing, coupled with virtual courts and the Case Tracking System, forms a critical cog in the digitisation agenda...

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CJ Koome’s access to justice initiative extends to Kakuma

CJ Koome’s access to justice initiative extends to the refugee town of Kakuma Chief Justice Martha Koome’s pursuit of enhanced access to justice for the most vulnerable in society has extended to Kakuma, a town synonymous with the refugee population. It’s here that CJ Koome launched an Alternative Justice Systems model and rolled out e-filing of cases on Tuesday  in a monumental step towards an accessible, people-centred justice system. “It is also vital to acknowledge the commendable spirit of the residents of Kakuma in embracing refugees, who often stand on the precipice of vulnerability. Your sense of community and coexistence serves as a...

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CJ Koome on quest to expand access to justice

Chief Justice Martha Koome has inaugurated the new Maralal Law Courts building, launched a High Court sub-registry, e-filing and the Alternatives Justice Systems (AJS) ‘Loip’ Suite at Maralal Law Courts in Samburu County. The Chief Justice said that the launch of the High Court building was a manifestation of collective ambition to foster Social Transformation through Access to Justice. “We are not merely unveiling a building made of brick and mortar. Instead, we are unveiling a beacon of hope, a symbol of justice, and a testament to our unwavering commitment to bring the justice system closer to our people,” CJ Koome said. The...

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