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ADR validation workshop

A stakeholders workshop to validate a baseline survey on the current Alternative Dispute Resolution legislative framework was held on June 22.nThe ADR Taskforce headed by Justice Fred Ochieng is in the process of formulating the National Policy on ADR.nStakeholders during the validation meeting included the Judiciary, Law Society of Kenya, National Centre of International Arbitration, International Development Law Organisation and members drawn from Government agencies and the civil society.n ...

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Courts in Kakamega and Vihiga Counties join other participants to exhibit at the Kakamega ASK show

Courts in Kakamega and Vihiga Counties join other participants to exhibit at this year's Kakamega ASK show held at the Moi ASK Grounds. The Judiciary takes part in the ASK exhibitions to showcase services and provide a public outreach opportunities where judicial officers and staff interact with the members of public to receive feedback on court services.nn nnnn nnnn nnnn nn nn ...

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licensing of Court Process Servers begins

The Judiciary is in the process of licensing qualified Court Process Servers.  The five day process started on Monday 11, 2018, with about 500 applicants expected to be interviewed.nnThe Process Servers Committee Chairperson, Justice Anne Ong'ínjo who is spearheading the exercise has guaranteed that the interviews will be managed efficiently and with utmost transparency.nnSuccessful Process Servers will be licensed to serve both in the Judiciary, Government agencies and private law firms.nnA court process server is tasked with finding parties involved in a case and serving them with court orders.nn ...

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Family Division launch simplified guidelines

The Family Division of the High Court of Kenya, has come up with simplified processes and procedures of inheritance and related family law practice.nnThe easily adaptable and systematic guideline will serve as a guiding tool for members of the bar-bench and court users in matters regarding succession and inheritance.nnPresiding over the launch of the booklet, the Principle Judge of the High court Justice Lydia Achode noted that the simplified procedures will assist ordinary court users in accessing justice in the Family DivisionnnThe entire process is clearly laid down from filing to the final distribution of the estate including laid out...

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CJ keynote address to the Editors Guild

Chief Justice David Maraga delivering keynote address at the Editors' Guild luncheon on June 12, on the theme: The Media, Constitutionalism and Democracy: What options for Kenya? The CJ assured the editors that Judiciary has adopted zero tolerance to corruption, both internally and externally whenever corruption matters are brought before courts.nnnn nnnnn[Download CJ speech]nnnn...

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Commercial Division meets the International Trademark Association

Commercial and Tax Division of Milimani meets the International Trademark AssociationnnJudges of the Commercial and Tax Division held a meeting with a delegation from the International Trademark Association (INTA).nnThe meeting held at Milimani Law Courts focused on Intellectual Property rights and how the Judiciary can harness the research and knowledge of INTA on this distinctive area of law.nnLed by the Division’s Presiding Judge Mary Kasango, the judges welcomed the collaboration between the Commercial Division and the International Trademark Association on this specialised subject of law that is ever evolving and requires continuous enhancement of knowledge.nnThe International Trademark Association led by...

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CJ Maraga meets International Trademark Association officials

Chief Justice David Maraga met the International Trademark Association (INTA) team led by CEO Mr. Etienne Sanz de Acedo at the Supreme Court in Nairobi. The CEO was accompanied by INTA’s representative, Africa and the Middle East, Tat-Tienne Louembe, and representatives of the Law firm of Coulson and Harney (Bowmans), Mr. Evans Monari and Ms. Terry Mwango.nnMeanwhile Judges of the Commercial and Tax Division also held a meeting with INTA delegation at Milimani Law Courts. The meeting focused on Intellectual Property rights and how the Judiciary can harness the research and knowledge of INTA on this distinctive area of law.nnLed by the Division’s...

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