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Kabarnet Open Day

Kabarnet Law Courts will hold its Open Day starting tomorrow 20, 2019. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the Open Day to engage Judges, Magistrates, members of the CUC and Judicial staff in a public engagement exercise aimed at demystifying court processes.nn nn nnKabarnet Principal Magistrate Nerolyne Idagwa on Umoja 105.1 FM in Kabarnet town speaking about the upcoming Kabarnet Law Courts Open Day that will be held on June 20, 2019 at the Law Courts. ...

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JSC interview more candidates for Court of Appeal Judge

The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) chaired by Chief Justice David Maraga, today interviewed four more candidates for the position of Court of Appeal Judge. Those interviewed are: Mr Ireri Njagi and Justices Weldon Korir, Boaz Olao and Maureen Onyango. The interviews are taking place in Nairobi and are open to the public.nn nn[caption id="attachment_14420" align="alignnone" width="640"] Justice Boaz Olao[/caption]nnnn nnnn nnnn nn nn ...

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Recruitment of Court of Appeal Judges kicks off in Nairobi

The recruitment of Court of Appeal judges started kicked off on Monday 17 at Judicial Service commission (JSC) Secretariat, Re-Insurance Plaza, in Nairobi.nJustices Abida Ali-Aroni, Msagha Mbogholi, Aggrey Muchelule and Mumbi Ngugi were the first to be interviewed by the Commission.nThe JSC is seeking to recruit 11 individuals to fill the position Court of Appeal judge.nThirty five candidates are lined up for interview between today June 17 and July 1. The Court of Appeal has an approved limit of 30 judges. It currently has 19.nEnds/...

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Kenyans to get better services from the courts

The Judiciary is undertaking a Court User Satisfactory Survey in all the courts across the country gathering information that will assist in improving the quality of service delivery. The Directorate of Planning and Organizational Performance (DPOP) is undertaking the exercise designed to assist the Judiciary improve in the delivery of justice in an expeditious manner. The information when implemented will ensure that the court users, members of the public and other stakeholders access professional and quality services and administration of justice without much delays.nnThe on-going exercise will be concluded in three months. It targets litigants, advocates, suppliers, and contractors amongst...

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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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Registry operations simplified

Filing matters at the Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC) registries across the country has been made easy after a manual that explains registry procedures was launched.nThe Employment and Labour Relations Court Registry Manual unveiled in Nyeri at the end of week highlights and clarifies on registry procedures, roles of registry officials, records management processes and court fees, as well as the relevant forms in use in the registry.nThe manual seeks to streamline and standardize registry processes and operations as well as ensure uniform customer experiences across all courts. It is expected to serve as a reference guide for registry...

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