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Court Annexed Mediation now operational in Eldoret

The Judiciary has now implemented Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) in the Eldoret Law Courts as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism.nn nnDuring a courtesy call on the Uasin Gishu County Governor, Jackson Mandago, the Medition team led by the Chair of the Mediation Taskforce, Justice Fred Ochieng noted that positive results had been achieved through mediation since it was launched in 2016.nn nn“We have witnessed tremendous results of mediation, already over 750 cases have been resolved through mediation and  about KSh 4 billion released back to the economy.”nn nnFollowing the successful implementation of mediation in Nairobi, the Judiciary has began to roll out the...

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Court Annexed Mediation now in Garissa county

Court annexed mediation has now been introduced at the Garissa Law CourtsnDuring the launch, Court of Appeal Judge, Justice Alnashir Visram called on Court Users Committee members in the region to embrace mediation noting that it reduces the cost of solving disputes and ensures speedy resolution of disputes.n nJustice Visram who also Chair the Mediation Accreditation Committee, noted that the Judiciary had accredited over 450 mediators across the country to handle mediation cases.nMediation was introduced on a pilot basis at the Family and Commercial Divisions of the High Court in 2016. Later, mediation was extended to other civil courts in Nairobi...

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Judiciary rolls out Court Annexed Mediation in Nakuru County

Judiciary rolls out Court Annexed Mediation in Nakuru CountynThe Judiciary has now rolled out the Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) at the Nakuru Law Courts.nA Mediation team led by Justice William Musyoka has engaged various professional bodies such as the Law Society of Kenya members, Court Users Committee, County leaders, NGos and mediators in the region among other stakeholders.nCourt annexed mediation was introduced on a pilot basis in 2016 at the Family and Commercial Divisions of the High Court in Nairobi. Over 350 settlement agreements have been reached in about 800 matters that have been concluded in mediation. Of significance is...

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