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By Michael M. Murungi May 30, 2013 The Open Government Partnership (OGP) held its African regional meeting in Mombasa, Kenya between May 29-30 2013. The meeting was held on the sidelines of the Connected Kenya Summit 2013 which is hosted annually by the Kenya ICT Board and which has become arguably the largest and most […]

By Linda Awuor and Monica Achode May 15, 2013   1.0: Introduction A presidential election petition is the formal process of challenging the process, the outcome or any aspect of the election of a President. The procedure for challenging an election varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction but usually starts by way of an election petition […]

By Jo Abuodha-Judge of the Industrial Court of Kenya May 2013 Can a judge of a specialized court preside and substantially hear disputes or questions reserved to the exclusive jurisdiction of the High Court. Is a judge capable of being isolated from the Court he is appointed to serve in? To put it the other […]

Remarks by the Hon. Dr. Willy Mutunga, D. Jur., SC, EGH Chief Justice, President, Supreme Court of Kenya. (This article was also published in the Sunday Nation edition of May 19, 2013.)   Ever since I took my oath of office on June 20, 2011, I have never been under any illusion that winning public […]

By Michael M. Murungi May 2013. As part of a bilateral agreement between the Republics of Kenya and South Sudan, the National Council for Law Reporting has been sharing its knowledge and experience in the establishment of a system for official law reporting and law revision with the Judiciary of South Sudan. This capacity building […]

By Petronella Mukaindo* Nairobi, February 2013. Content Abstract 1.0 Introduction 2.0 The jurisdictional question 2.1  Constitutional Court in the Constitution making process 2.2  Comparative Jurisprudence 2.3  Alternative redress 3.0 Supervision of Superior Courts 4.0 Conclusion Abstract There has been a wide spread fallacy among a cross-section of Kenyans, literate and semi-illiterate; both the learned and […]

The Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparation (JWCEP) has complied all the cases covering election related issues that have been adjudicated by the courts. The cases have mostly emanated from the Constitution of Kenya,2010 and the new Electoral Law. A summary of these cases can be downloaded from the link below and the cases are […]

PREFACE Since its inception, the Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations has been hard at work readying the Judiciary to handle the multiplicity of petitions expected from the forthcoming General Election. The committee has held and attended several stakeholder forums on the electoral process. The committee recognizes that even though the role of the Judiciary […]

Prepared and published by The Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations. September 2012.   The Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations Members The Hon. Mr. Justice Mohammed Ibrahim – Judge of the Supreme Court The Hon. Justice (Dr.) Smokin Wanjala  – Judge of the Supreme Court The Hon. Mr. Justice Paul Kihara Kariuki  - Judge […]

Remarks made on the occasion of the Inaugural Chief Justice’s Legal Scholarship Dinner, Nairobi, July 9, 2012 By The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya Content Academia and Bench, Two Sides of the Same Coin: Introduction Academia and Bench – The Functional Link Evolving Jurisprudence under New Governance Trends […]

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