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Judiciary trains journalists on court reporting

Judiciary with the support of UNODC through the PLEAD programme trained journalists on court reporting.   [gallery size="medium" ids="31497,31498,31499,31500,31501,31502,31503,31504,31505,31506,31507,31508,31509,31510,31511,31512,31513,31514,31515,31516,31517,31518,31519,31520,31521,31522,31523,31524,31525,31526,31527,31528,31529,31530,31531,31532"]...

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KJA conducts capacity building for Commercial and Tax Law Division Judges, Deputy Registrars and Legal Researchers on Company and Insolvency Law

Kenya Judiciary Academy (KJA) conducted a capacity building workshop for Judges, Deputy Registrars and Legal Researchers from the High Court Commercial and Tax Law Division on Company and Insolvency Law. The 3-day training that was conducted in partnership with the office of the Presiding Judge Commercial and Tax Law Division, International Development Law Organization (IDLO), and Kenya Deposits Insurance Corporation (KDIC) aims at providing conceptual and theoretical framework on matters touching on insolvency; promote understanding and application of consumer protection measures; and offer insights on emerging issues in the insolvency sector. [gallery size="medium" ids="31493,31494"]  ...

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Judiciary’s performance team evaluates and sets targets for Courts and administrative units

The Judiciary’s Administration of Justice and Performance Management Committee team led by Court of Appeal Judge Agnes Murgor  conducts an exercise that will see Courts, Registries and Directorates in the Judiciary, evaluated for the previous financial year, and set their performance targets, for the 2023/2014 financial year. The evaluation covers the FY 2022/2023 and is aimed at assessing service delivery levels in dispensation of justice.   [gallery size="medium" ids="31479,31480,31481,31482,31483,31484,31485,31486,31487,31488,31489"]            ...

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Public participates in the FY2024/25 Judiciary and JSC budget process

Members of the public make presentations during the Judiciary and JSC budget for FY2024/25 public participation exercise. [gallery size="medium" ids="31474,31473,31472,31471,31467,31468,31469,31470,31466,31465,31464,31463,31462,31461,31460" orderby="rand"]...

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Bear in mind the nation’s history and context that informed the unique provisions of Chapter 6 of the Constitution on Leadership and Integrity: Urges CJ Koome

nChief Justice Martha Koome has urged Commissioners of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to always bear in mind the nation’s history and context which informed the unique provisions of Chapter Six of the Constitution on Leadership and Integrity.n nnnShe said the Commission is intended to be a good governance-enhancing institution thus Kenyans expect them to work towards the realization of the goal of having an accountable governance system.n nnn“The 2010 Constitution is unique in its preoccupation with concerns around integrity and corruption due to the concern that public service and supply of goods and services to government and its agencies has...

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‘A Justice System Fit For Children’ – CJ Koome launches Children Service Month

Chief Justice Martha Koome presided over the launch of the Children Service Month at the Kamukunji Police Station as part of commitment by the Judiciary and actors in the justice sector to improve responsiveness to children's matters.nnShe said the backlog of cases involving children was identified as one of the hindrances of administration of justice towards this critical mass of our society, who make 51 per cent of our population.nn“I direct that we use the service month to clear pending cases involving and affecting children. Children's matters ought to be concluded within six months due to the impact that they...

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