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My dear son, you join the Bar 29 years and 2 days since I, too, took the oath to join this noblest of professions. When I did, we were much fewer but I have been around to see the tremendous changes that have occurred in the profession, the law and our country. Seeing as I […]

The National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) is a state corporation in the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice, established under the National Council for Law Reporting Act No. 11 of 1994, with the mandate of publishing the official Law Reports of the Republic of Kenya, and the Consolidation, Revision and […]

It is impossible to deny that institutions have a legal department. The importance of a legal department in the public sector cannot be overstated.    For this category, the winner had to demonstrate legal and its implementation and effectiveness to the organization/government department, meritorious employee relations, general statutory and legal compliances implemented, strategy and leadership […]

The All Kenyan Moot Court Competition 9th Edition, 2021 Theme:Combating Corruption in the Provision of the Highest Attainable Standard of Healthcare. Best Research Paper: Presented by Ms.Judith Jepkorir of JKUAT School of Law.  Contents 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Essential Elements of the Right to Health 1.1.1.   Availability 1.1.   2. Accessibility 1.1.3. Acceptability 1.1.4. Quality.  […]

Dear Customer, Kenya Law has lately witnessed, an unexpected surge in the daily traffic to our website – While surging online traffic is a sure indicator of the valuable and extremely necessary services we provide to the public, peaks in our online traffic has – and continues to – cause the website or specific […]

India Supreme Court of India brings to an end the extension of limitation period for legal services by including them as essential services (Suo Motu Writ Petition (Civil) No.3 of 2020 (In Re: Cognizance for Extension of Limitation)) In India, due to the onset of COVID-19 pandemic the Supreme Court took suo motu cognizance of […]

LEGAL EDUCATION ACT NO. 27 OF 2012 DRAFT LEGAL EDUCATION APPEALS TRIBUNAL (PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE) RULES, 2021 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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