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CRJ Amadi opens Milimani Law Courts Annex

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi officially opens the Milimani Law Courts Annex. The building formerly known as Forodha House is adjacent to Milimani Law Courts. The building houses the Employment and Labour Relations Court (ELRC), Environment and Land Court (ELC) as well as the Chief Magistrate Anti Corruption Courts. Others are the Small Claims Court, Court Annexed Mediation and Tribunals secretariat.   [gallery size="medium" ids="31660,31661,31662,31663,31664,31665,31666,31667,31668,31669,31670,31671,31672,31673,31674,31675"]  ...

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Office of the Registrar Magistrates Court rolls out five more Small Claims Courts

Office of the Registrar Magistrates Court rolled out five Small Claims Courts at Malindi, Murang'a, Makindu, Ruiru and Kitui Law Courts. The exercise was led by Deputy Registrar Small Claims Court Hon. Susan Gitonga. The launch at Murang'a Law Courts was graced by High Court Presiding Judge James Wakiaga and Lady Justice Cecilia Githua as well as Murang'a Law Courts Head of Station Hon. Peter Maina and Nairobi small Claims Court Head of Station Hon. Kinyanjui Manuela. At Malindi, the Office of the Registrar Magistrates Court team led by Hon Gitonga handed over ICT equipment, Case Registers and file folders to Malindi Law...

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Kisumu court meets with Embassy of Denmark on progress of rollout of SGBV courts in the area

Kisumu Law Courts Chief Magistrate Dickson Onyango held talks with a team from the Embassy of Denmark convened to review the progress in the rollout of the Sexual & Gender Based Violence (SGBV) & Small Claims Courts at the station. [gallery size="medium" ids="31630,31631,31632,31633,31634,31635"]  ...

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Integrated Court Management Systems chair Justice Lenaola hosts Ghanaian delegation

Chair of the Integrated Court Management Systems (ICMS) committee Justice Isaac Lenaola hosted a delegation from the Judiciary of Ghana led by Court of Appeal Judge Janapare A. Bartels-Kwodwo who are on a study tour of the Kenya Judiciary. The team was in the country to understand the governance structure underpinning the automation drive, the legal reforms underpinning the digitization, the policy underpinning the automation drive and how it has been implemented, among other issues. Later, the delegation was hosted by High Court Principal Judge Eric Ogola who took them through the Case Tracking System (CTS) and how it facilitates dispensation of...

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Kenya’s Supreme Court hosts Supreme People’s Court of China

The Supreme Court of Kenya hosted a delegation led by Hon. Justice Yang Linping, Deputy Chief Justice and Vice-President of the Supreme People’s Court of China in a collaborative endeavour to strengthen South-South cooperation in green justice and environmental governance. These engagements, ahead of the upcoming UNFCCC COP 28 serve to enrich our perspectives, deepen our understanding, and pave the way for innovation within our respective legal frameworks especially the role of Judiciaries in enforcing climate justice. The gathering, which discussed ‘Judicial Practice on Environmental and Resource Protection with a focus on Biodiversity’ comes at a time when the world confronts the...

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Justice Musinga flags off Karura justice walk

Court of Appeal President Daniel Musinga flagged off the 10 km Justice in Every Step Karura Forest walk for judges of the Court at the Limuru gate where participants explored the vast forest and connected with nature. Karura forest has historic sites and scenes like the Mau Mau caves, waterfall, rivers, different species of indigenous trees, animals and birds. [gallery size="medium" ids="31601"] [gallery size="medium" ids="31594,31595,31596,31597,31598,31599,31600"]  ...

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Society should not normalize abuse of children – DCJ Mwilu

Society should not normalize abuse of children - DCJ Mwilu. Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has called on governance and rule of law institutions, individuals, and the society at large to ensure and guarantee the safety and welfare of all children. Speaking during the launch of the Children’s Service month, the DCJ noted that data from the Judiciary paints a grim picture of an increasing number of cases involving defilement and those of children in need of care and protection. “All that I ask is that we do not normalise abuse of our children. We must practice and show adabu and abandon...

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Kitale Law Courts Ethics and Integrity team sworn in

Kitale High Court Presiding Judge Anthony Mrima presided over the swearing-in of members of the courts' Ethics & Integrity committee tasked with tackling corruption at the court. It draws membership from OAG, ODPP, EACC, LSK & Judiciary. [gallery size="medium" ids="31587,31588,31589,31590"] [gallery size="medium" ids="31544,31545,31546,31547"]...

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ELC and the National Environment Tribunal hosts renowned Environmental scholar, Gitanjali Gill

Environment and Land Court Presiding Judge Oscar Angote and judges of the court together with members of the National Environment Tribunal hosted Environmental scholar Gitanjali Gill, a Prof of Environmental Law at Northucambria University in the UK for a luncheon where they deliberated on history, challenges and achievements of India's National Green Tribunal as a benchmark for the Kenyan Environment Tribunal.   [gallery size="medium" ids="31536,31537,31538,31539,31540,31541"]...

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