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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 […]

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) – -  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 […]

Ochiel J DudleyLegal Researcher, Laws of Kenya Department The County Allocation of Revenue Act, 2013 Act No: 34 of 2013 Assent: 9th August, 2013 Commencement: 26th August, 2013 1. SUBJECT MATTER The Act provides for the conditional allocation and equitable sharing of revenue to county governments. 2. KEY DEFINITIONS (Section 2) “Cabinet Secretary” means the […]

Compiled by Ochiel J Dudley, Legal Researcher Members of the Bench who have been busy hearing election petitions may be interested in the vacation dates under the new rules This Article presents a brief summation of Legislative Supplements, published in the Kenya Gazette, on matters of general public importance. The outline covers the period between […]

Nelson K. Tunoi Mwandishi Msaidizi wa Sheria, Kenya Law Baraza la Kitaifa la Kuripoti Sheria (kwa jina la kimaarufu Kenya Law) linatambua matumainio ya wakenya kuwa na serikali ambayo ina maadili ya kuzingatia haki za kibinaadam, usawa, uhuru, demokrasia, haki ya wananchi na kuzingatiwa kwa sheria. Kufuatia haya, Kenya Law imejitambulisha kama kituo kinachoongoza katika […]

By Ochiel J Dudley, Legal Researcher Laws of Kenya Department. The Bill seeks to consolidate existing marriage laws into a single Act (currently seven). Marriage – voluntary union of a man and a woman Sec 3(1) Equality – both parties to marriage have equal rights all through Sec 3(2) Age – A person must be […]

By Michael Murungi, July 2013. The National Council for Law Reporting is a State Corporation in the Judiciary. It is established under the National Council for Law Reporting Act, Act No. 11 of 1994. Its mandate is to monitor and report on the development of Kenya’s jurisprudence through the publication of the Kenya Law Reports, […]

Address made before the Central Student Representative Council of the University of the Free State of South Africa, on the occasion of a leadership Tour, Nairobi, 19 June 2013 By The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J. B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya CONTENTS INTRODUCTION THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA, 2010: PRINCIPLES AND INSTITUTIONS OF […]

By Monica Achode and Linda Awuor June, 2013 Judicial opinions are an important tool for evaluating the constitutionality, propriety, effectiveness and utility of statutory legislation as well as government administrative actions. Therefore, judicial pronouncements relating to an aspect of constitutional or statutory law or administrative actions that may be in need of reform are an […]

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