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Court Fees Assessment Schedule: The Court Fees Assessment Schedule provides fees applicable to the lodging and filing of the respective documents in proceedings before the specified courts and tribunals in Kenya. It provides a description of the relevant court documents and corresponding fees as prescribed by the following courts and tribunals, for public information and […]

The quest to improve governance and to meet the just expectations of the Kenyan people is perpetual. The March 2018 Handshake between H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta and Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga, as the leader of the opposition coalition, was a moment that crystallised the constitutional imperative to seek peace, security and unity. Two leaders, representing […]

LEGAL EDUCATION ACT NO. 27 OF 2012 LEGAL EDUCATION APPEALS TRIBUNAL (PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE) RULES, 2020   The Legal Education Appeals Tribunal (LEAT) is established under Section 29(1) of the Legal Education Act No. 27 of 2012 [Rev.2015]. The members of the Tribunal took oath of office in February, 2018. LEAT has developed draft Rules […]

Patel v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Secretary of State for the Home Department v Shah [2019] UKSC 59 Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Lady Hale, P; Lord Carnwath, Lord Briggs, Lady Arden and Lord Sales December 16, 2019 Reported by Faith Wanjiku Download the Decision International Law – law of Treaty […]

Kenya Law monitors, revises, consolidates, and reports on evolving jurisprudence and the laws of Kenya including the tracking of legislation, circulars, gazettes, policies amongst other public legal information for the use of the public. In the wake of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID – 19) pandemic that has ravaged the World over, Kenya has […]

6 March 2020 Nairobi, Kenya and Cape Town, South Africa Kenya Law ( https://www.kenyalaw.org/) has developed and continues to curate the largest collection of national caselaw in Africa. The official law reporter of the Kenyan government plays a critical role in the organisation, management and dissemination of Kenya’s primary legal materials: legislation and case law. […]

Kenya Law, through the CEO/Editor, Mr. Long’et Terer officially handed over sets of Kenya Law publications to the County Government on 19th February 2020 at the County’s Secretariat. The Deputy Governor Hon. Daniel K. Chemno received the legal resources on behalf of the Governor for Uasin Gishu Hon. Jackson K.  Mandago. The legal resources were […]

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As the provider of public legal information, Kenya Law is committed to partnering with institutions of higher learning to recognize and award excellence, with a mission to promoting access to public legal information and enlightening society. Kenya Law CEO/Editor, Mr. Long’et Terer and the Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Justin Muturi, presented the award […]

Kenya Law was honored to partner with African Prisons Project (APP) in their inaugural law graduation ceremony that was held on 31st October 2019 at Kamiti Maximum Security Prison. African Prisons Project (APP) is a community of people passionately committed to bringing dignity, hope and justice to men, women and children in African Prisons by […]

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