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By Emily Nakhungu Kenya Law won the ‘Public Sector Legal Department of the Year 2019’ at the Nairobi Legal Awards held on 30th May 2019 in Nairobi. The Awards are an initiative of the Law Society of Kenya, Nairobi Branch which seeks to recognize excellence in legal practice and are meant to promote bench-marking of […]

The John H Jackson Moot Court Competition on WTO Law is a student-run moot court competition organised annually by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) in co-operation with the World Trade Organization (WTO). It is a simulation of WTO Panel dispute settlement proceedings. It builds awareness of the WTO dispute settlement system and provides students […]

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 806 JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION APPOINTMENT IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by Article 172 (1) (a) of the Constitution of Kenya, the Judicial Service Commission appoints: Lubia Mercyline Nafula Akoth Lina Nasimiu Gloriah Barasah Muhoro Cynthia Mercy Onkoba Rosemary Kemunto Kabanga Benson Ngigi Musiega Rawlings Liluma Noelyne Akee Reuben Nyakiri Joshua Muchera […]

November 06, 2018 By John Ribia National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) CEO Mr. Long’et Terer donated a total of 300 pocket sized Constitutions to the Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Rev. Prof. Stephen Mbugua; to the Principal of Tangaza University College,Br. Tom Kearney C.F.C; to the Dean of the […]

By Njeri Githanga The National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) in conjunction with AfricanLII conducted a training and capacity rationalisation for the African Court on Human and People’s Rights in Arusha, Tanzania on the 18th and 19th of October 2018. The training was informed by the fact that the jurisprudence of the African Court […]

The Criminal Procedure Bench Book is a quick reference for judges and magistrates presiding over criminal proceedings. While it has been designed by and for judges and magistrates, it is hoped that other players in the criminal justice system such as prosecutors, defence counsel, probation officers, children officers, police officers, accused persons and academics will […]

By Emily Nakhungu National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) CEO Mr. Long’et Terer handed over a total of 620 Grey books to the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Hon. Ann Amadi for use by all judicial officers.  The event which took place at the Chief Registrar’s lobby on 7th September 2018, saw registrars and […]

Kenya Law showcased at the fifth Annual Devolution Conference held in Kakamega County from 23rd to 27th April 2017. The Conference brought together over 6,000 delegates and 200 exhibitors from the county governments, government agencies and private sector. The focus of the fifth Devolution Conference was to take stock of the accomplishments made in the […]

By Victor Baraka As part of the Corporate Social Responsibility, National Council For Law Reporting (Kenya Law) welfare association led by the welfare chairman Mr. Nelson Tunoi visited Kwetu Home of Peace in Madaraka on Friday the 20th of April 2018; and donated food stuff, stationery, books, school bags, shoes, socks and other personal effects. […]

By: Njeri Githanga & Felix Okiri[1] TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0INTRODUCTION 1.1.DISSOLUTION I. Instances when a company may be dissolved from the Register of Companies II. The effect of dissolution of a company 1.2 RESTORATION OF A COMPANY TO THE REGISTER OF COMPANIES. I. Types of restoration of a company. a) Administrative restoration (restoration by the […]

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