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October 2013 Nairobi, Kenya This occasion is a great milestone not just for Kenya Law as an institution but for Kenya as a country. As we commemorate the promulgation of our Constitution, which has become not only a new beacon of light for the rule of law in our beloved country but also a source […]

The government has declared Monday 21st October, 2013 a public holiday. The notice, given under section 4 of the Public Holidays Act, Cap 110 appears in today’s issue of the Kenya Gazette.

For the first time in twenty years Kenya Law has revised and consolidated all the Laws of Kenya. Kenya Law has launched a revised, consolidated and updated edition of the Laws of Kenya in print, online and on CD-ROM. The online edition is available free of charge on www.kenyalaw.org   Who is Kenya Law? Kenya Law […]

The Hon. Dr. Willy M. Mutunga, D.Jur, S.C., E.G.H. Chief Justice & President, Supreme Court of Kenya Chairman, October 2013 Nairobi, Kenya We are making a bold promise. Understanding our role as the agency through which Kenya’s robust, indigenous, patriotic and progressive jurisprudence will be monitored, reported and also packaged as a product for export […]

A New and Improved Case Law Database By the Law Reporting Department Law Reporting Department The New Case Law Database Kenya Law has launched a new Case Law database that meets the highest standards of database design and quality. Kenya Law recently upgraded its Case Law database that runs on its main website www.kenyalaw.org which […]

New and Improved Look from the Research and Development Department By the Research and Development Department   Who is Kenya Law? Kenya Law is the brand name of the National Council for Law Reporting, an award-winning service state corporation in the Judiciary, established under the National Council for Law Reporting Act, Cap.1A. The mandate of […]

REPORT FROM THE LAW VIA INTERNET CONFERENCE, 2013 Report by Michael M. Murungi – CEO/Editor From The Law via Internet Conference September 26-27 2013 Jersey (Channel Islands) Every year, the Free Access to Law Movement (FALM) – http://www.worldlii.org/worldlii/declaration/ -  holds a conference that brings together individuals and institutions from the four corners of the earth […]

BEYOND ACCESSING THE LAW, CITIZENS NEED TO UNDERSTAND AND USE IT TOO By Michael M. Murungi Chief Executive/Editor Kenya Law September 2013 This article was also published in the Daily Nation newspaper on August 27, 2013. A fundamental tenet of good governance is the obligation of government to provide free, accessible and open information to […]

By Ali A. Mazrui Director, Institute of Global Cultural Studies and  Albert Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities  Binghamton University  State University of New York at Binghamton, New York, U.S.A. Albert Luthuli Professor-at-Large University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large Emeritus and Senior Scholar in Africana Studies Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. Senior […]

REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT MOMBASA SPECIAL MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATION NO. 1 OF 2013 TRIBUTE FOR THE LATE DEPARTED SENIOR ADVOCATES IN THE MATTER OF: 1. INAMDAR INDRAVADAN TRIBHOVANDAS 2. CHUDASAMA NARBHERAM JESANG 3. SHYAMSUNDER PURUSHOTTAM MASTER 4. HAMZAALI ABBASBHAI TAIBJI ANJARWALLA 5. NAVINCHANDRA MOHANLAL DOSHI 6. JAMES GATHUKU KAMANJA 7.  […]

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