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Chief Justice David Maraga to launch Performance Report – 2017- 2018

CJ David Maraga will on Friday, May 17, 2019, at Supreme Court Building, Nairobi, launch the Performance Management and Measurement Understandings (PMMUs) 2017- 2018 evaluation report. During the launch, best performing courts & administrative units will be recognised.nn nn nn nn...

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Judges give views on Judiciary Independence and accountability

Judges of the High Court and the Environment Land Court from across the country met at Milimani law courts to provide views and perspectives based on their experience and their aspirations to the JSC Sub-Committee on Judiciary Independence and Accountability. The subcommittee is tasked with;nn Assessing the status of the Judiciary independence and accountability since the promulgation of the constitution, 2010n Examining and reviewing the current constitution, legal and administrative framework of the independence and accountability of the Judiciary and make appropriate recommendations on strengthening this frameworkn Examining the emergent case law and judicial pronouncements since 2010, and determine their implication...

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JSC receives views

The Judicial Service Commission today held a stakehoders engagement forum on Judiciary independence and accountability since 2010 where it received views on the Commission's and Judiciary's operations. The various stakeholders pointed out areas of weaknesses in the system and proposed ways to improve service delivery.nnnn nn nn ...

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Exercise launched to clear children cases

The Children Service week was launched today at Milimani law Courts. The event was presided over by Justice Martha KoomennThe week is aimed at clearing about 1800 cases that comprise of civil matters from 2014 and below and Protection and Care cases of year 2013 and below pending at Nairobi Children’s Court. It runs from 6th May to 10th May 2019. nn nn ...

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