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Kenya Law / 2015

The Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court, Hon Dr Justice Willy Mutunga D. Jur., SC, EGH, has established two more divisions of the High Court vide Gazette Notice No. 9123. The Anti-corruption and Economic Crimes Division has been added to the divisions in Nairobi High Court. The existing divisions are Criminal Division; Civil […]

By Emily Nakhungu. The Hon. Chief Justice, Dr. Willy Mutunga commended Kenya Law for being the focal point in Africa as far as Law Reporting is concerned and making legal information accessible to all. He underscored the importance of the Legal information institutes (LIIs) working together and looking for viable solutions to common problems. In […]

By Carolyne Wairimu The balance between national cohesion and legal aid was underscored during this year’s Legal Awareness week. The theme was “Fostering National Cohesion through Legal Aid” participants were enlightened on legal literacy. The Hon. Justice Richard Mwongo, Principal Judge, High Court of Kenya in his opening remarks noted that: “The short answer to […]

By Erick Oduor and Evelyne Anyokorit A rich history can only beget a bright future. This year’s annual staff conference was a time of reflection and a moment of sharing the vision of the organisation with the sole intent of achieving even greater success in spite of the challenges and limitations that may be faced. […]

By Emily Nakhungu Kenya Law joined over 500 local and international exhibitors at the 13th edition of the Nairobi International Trade Fair (NTIF) held at the Jamuhuri grounds from 28th September to 4th October 2015. The public got a chance to learn more about the role of Kenya Law as the official Law Reporter in […]

By Ochiel J Dudley* Abstract This article contributes to the ongoing debate on the scope and extent of judicial review under the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. In this regard, the article draws attention to the evolving grounds for judicial review under the Constitution and in the context of the recently passed Fair Administrative Action Act, […]

Summary of the dispute between the Teachers Service Commission and the Teachers Trade Unions Teachers Service Commission v Kenya National Union of Teachers and 3 others Application no. 16 of 2015 The Supreme court at Nairobi August 24, 2015 W M Mutunga CJ, K H Rawal DCJ, M K Ibrahim, J B Ojwang, S Wanjala, […]

LAWYERS & FOOTBALL – THE ANNUAL JUSTICE CUP , 2015 By Erick Obiero Kenya Law took part in the 2015 LSK annual ‘Justice Cup’ tournament which is a six-a-side football tournament organized by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK).  The event brings together teams drawn from various stakeholders involved in the administration of justice, including […]

 By Evelyn Emaase and Emily Nakhungu Kenya Law staff participated in a major tree planting exercise at the Nairobi National Park on Friday, June 26th 2015. The initiative which was spearheaded by the Ag. CEO Mr. Longet Terer saw 70 employees plant 250 trees at the park, the only game park in the world located […]

REVISITING THE KOINANGE-GACHOKA CASE: REFLECTIONS ON CONTEMPT OF COURT UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA, 2010 Ochiel J Dudley* 1. Introduction The purpose of this article is to review the current status of the law of contempt in Kenya. The essay explores the concept and origin of contempt of court and examines the doctrine under the […]

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