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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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Judiciary librarians participate in heart run

The Judiciary Library Services team joined other participants in the Mater Heart Run 2019, an event organised by the Mater Misericordiae Hospital. This is an annual event that seeks to raise funds for children from disadvantaged communities that suffer from heart ailments. The idea to participate in the run was conceived during the Judiciary Librarians annual retreat held in Machakos in May 2019.  A team of 29 librarians and their family members participated in the race.   ...

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Court Annexed Mediation operational in 10 counties

Embu Law Courts now joins ten other courts in the regions to operationalise Court Annexed Mediation.nFollowing the successful implementation of mediation in Nairobi since 2016, the Judiciary earmarked ten other counties to have CAM operational.nLast year, The Chief Justice David Maraga gazetted Practice Directions to guide the roll out of CAM in ten counties namely, Eldoret, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Kisii, Machakos, Garissa, Embu, Kakamega and Embu.n Justice Aggrey Muchelule who led the team in Embu noted that this alternative form of dispute resolution will help in clearing backlog of of civil related casesnDuring a courtesy call on the Embu County...

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Advocate Macharia and Justice Majanja take Oath as new JSC members

Chief Justice David Maraga presided over the swearing in of Mr Macharia Njeru and Justice David Majanja as new members of the Judicial Service Commission. The CJ at the same time swore in Stella Munyi as the Assisting Counsel to the Tribunal appointed to investigate the conduct of Supreme Court Judge Prof Jackton Ojwang. nnnn nn nn nn ...

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