Access Staff Email

Talk to Us



Staff Email


The Judiciary > NewsItems (Page 26)

Public participation on the Judiciary budget 2021/22

The Judiciary is finalizing preparation of the FY 2021/22 and Medium Term Budget Proposal. In observance of the requirement for public participation in all financial matters under Article 201 (a) of the Constitution of Kenya and Section 37 (5) (a) of the Public Finance Management (PFM) Act 2012, the Judiciary has organized public hearings in various regions. Download the documents below.nn nn[ Schedule] [ Judiciary MTEF Report] [Popular Version] [JSC Budget Report]...

Continue reading

ELRC Judgment on appointment of Business Premises Rent Tribunal members

The Employment and Labor Relations court ruled on Friday, October 30,2020, that it is the constitutional mandate of the Judicial Service Commission to appoint members of the Business Premises Rent Tribunal. It therefore quashed the gazette notice of the  appointments done by the CS and ordered fresh recruitment by the JSC. n nAttached find the Judgment [Download Judgment]...

Continue reading

Justice Martha Koome receives UN Award

Court of Appeal Judge Martha Koome, on October 28,2020, received a Runner-up Award as UN Kenya Person of The Year 2020. Lady Justice Koome was recognized for her advocacy for the rights of children in conflict with the law as well as child victims.nIn her acceptance speech, Lady Justice Koome said that she was grateful that it was not only those ordinary mwanachi on the streets who had noticed her work for children but also the UN had noticed that she spoke and worked for children.n“In accepting this nomination, I do so to celebrate and affirm that our children are...

Continue reading

Kenya to host Pan-African conference of Chief Justices

Nairobi, October 7, 2020.  Kenya to host Pan-African conference of Chief JusticesnnThe Judiciary of Kenya is set to host a high-profile conference for Chief Justices from across the continent to discuss the role of courts in combating climate change in Africa.nnThe conference, dubbed “Greening Judiciary 2020”, is a continent-wide initiative that focuses on building the capacity of judges to apply and enforce environmental laws and to promote the rule of law in environmental matters. As part of the initiative, Judiciaries in the region have held two symposia in 2017 and 2018 in Johannesburg and Maputo respectively.nnThe Symposium will be held in...

Continue reading
Skip to content