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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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Employment & Labour Relations Court to hold its Annual Open Day

The Employment and Labour Relations Court of Kenya will hold its Annual Open Day on Thursday, 6th June, 2019 from 8.30am.nnVenue: Nyeri Law Court Parking GroundsnnTheme: Access to Justice: Simplification of Court ProcessesnnnYou are invited to the event and to visit various stands to engage with court officials and other actors in the employment and labour relations sector.nn...

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HIV and AIDS Tribunal chairperson and members sworn in

Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo today also presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of the HIV and AIDS Tribunal. Those who took Oath of Office are: Chairperson Helene Namisi and members: Dorothy Jemator Kimengech, Melissa Ngania, Tusmo Jama,  Justus Toroinet Somoire, Dr Mary Njeri Ndonga and Abdulahi Diriye. Acting Registrar of Tribunals Anne Asugah administered the oaths. The seven  were appointment by Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki to serve for a period of three years.nn nn ...

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Members of Competition Tribunal sworn in

Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo today presided over the swearing-in ceremony of members of the Competition Tribunal. Those who took Oath of Office are: Destaings Nyenyi Nyongesa, Kimani Muhoro, Valentine Mwende and Becky Mogire. Acting Registrar of the Tribunals Anne Asugah administered the oaths. The four were appointment by the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Planning, Henry Rotich to serve for three years effective, May 3, 2019. ...

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Court clears over 50 matters in two days

 The Court of Appeal sitting at Mombasa has cleared over 50 matters in a two-day rapid response initiative (RRI). This will be replicated countrywide to clear pending cases in the Court of Appeal.nToday, May 28, 2019, it heard 16 appeals and nine applications.  On May 27, judges heard and determined 16 appeals and 8-single-judge applications. Further, they heard and determined three matters for settling terms of Orders. These matters have been heard by the 19 Judges of the Court.nThe Court constituted four benches to hear appeals at the court and also listed single Judge Matters in a two-day Rapid Response Initiative (RRI) between May 27 and...

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