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CJ urges judges to champion multi-door approach to justice delivery and embrace technology

Kisumu. Monday, March 25, 2024. CJ urges judges to champion multi-door approach to justice delivery and embrace technology Chief Justice Martha Koome has urged judges to champion the multi-door approach to the delivery of justice and embrace the technological advancements intended to support the efficiency of court processes in order to expand the frontiers of justice. Speaking during the opening of the High Court Leaders Conference in Kisumu, the Chief Justice said technological advancements and operational strategies are not just about enhancing efficiency; but they are also about transforming the way that justice is administered. “Reliable data and streamlined processes are the bedrock of effective...

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CJ Koome calls for action among stakeholders to stem road carnage

News Editors Nairobi. Friday, March 22, 2024. CJ Koome calls for action among stakeholders to stem road carnage Chief Justice Martha Koome has called for vigilance on the roads to stem prevalent road accidents. In a speech read on her behalf by Milimani Chief Magistrate Susan Shitubi during the Milimani Traffic Court Open Day held in Nairobi, the CJ said that it is only through the actions of all stakeholders that tangible solutions will be found to deal with the rising road carnage. “It is through our actions that we transform intentions into reality, crafting a safer road environment for ourselves and future generations....

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Environment and Planning Division holds inaugural stakeholder meeting

The newly established Environment and Planning Division of the Environment and Land Court (ELC) held its first stakeholder meeting to introduce its mandate as well as initiate collaborative dialogue. Speaking during the meeting, held in Nairobi on February 15, 2024, Head of the Division, Justice Anne Omollo, said the vision of establishing two divisions within the Court was a commitment made to Kenyans during the ELC’s 10th anniversary celebrations. The initiative is aimed at enhancing the visibility of the environmental wing of the Court, which had been primarily associated with land disputes. “I am pleased to announce that this vision was realized...

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Court Annexed Mediation registry opened at Kabarnet court

Justice Rachel Ngetich presides over the official opening of Court Annexed Mediation (CAM) registry at Kabarnet Law Courts in Baringo County. This is after a sensitization exercise on CAM was conducted for Court Users Committee members and the public.    ...

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KJA hosts delegation from the newly established Malawi Financial Crimes Court Division

The Kenya Judiciary Academy is hosting a delegation from the newly established Malawi Financial Crimes Court Division that is in the country to hold discussions with various institutions including the Judiciary on a specialized court that deals with financial and economic crimes to ensure more effective, efficient and expeditious disposal of financial crime matters. The study is aimed at acquiring knowledge and insights, and to generally draw from the experiences of other courts in Africa in coming up with best practices, rules and regulations for the effective and efficient functioning of the newly established division. The team is led by High Court...

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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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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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[gallery size="medium" masterslider="true" loop="true" ids="31238,31239,31240,31241,31242,31243,31244,31245,31246,31247,31248,31249,31250,31251,31252,31253,31254,31255,31256,31257,31258,31259,31260,31261,31262,31263,31264,31265,31266,31267,31268,31269,31270,31271,31272,31273"]nnCJ KOOME LAUNCHES CONVICTED SEXUAL OFFENDERS ELECTRONIC REGISTERnnNAIROBI. MONDAY, June 26, 2023nnChief Justice Martha Koome today launched a Convicted Sexual Offenders Electronic Register in fulfilment of the Sexual Offences Act of 2006 at Kibera Law Courts.nnThe CJ said the register will hold a crucial database of all convicted offenders and will ensure easy access to information on convicted sex offenders for relevant authorities.nn“We are sending a clear message that our society will not tolerate those who prey upon the vulnerable. We will hold them accountable, and their actions shall not go unnoticed or unpunished.” CJ Koome...

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18 sworn in as chairpersons, members and secretaries of seven tribunals

Deputy Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Paul Ndemo presided over the swearing-in of chairpersons and members of various tribunals as well as two Secretaries at the Supreme Court building in Nairobi. The tribunals are; Water, Competition, Insurance, Capital Markets, Standards, Privatization Appeals and National Environment tribunals. The Registrar of Tribunals, Hon Ann Asugah, administered the oaths.nn nnA. Water Tribunalnn Bernard Ochoi (Chairperson)nnB. Competition Tribunalnn Hillary Marrimoi (Member)n Raymond Nyamweya (Member)nnC. Insurance Tribunalnn Tom Kimaru (Member)n Sammy Chepkwony (Member)n Carolyne Mulondu Bosco (Member)n Rosemary Wanjiku Thiong’o (Member)nnD. Capital Markets Tribunalnn Godwin Wangong’u (Member)n Josephine A. Eboko (Member)n Faith Chirchir (Secretary)nnE. Standards Tribunalnn...

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