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LEGAL NOTICE NO. THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by Article 22(3) as read with Article 23, Article165 (3) (b) and Article 258 of the Constitution of Kenya, the Chief Justice makes the following Rules—— THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION) PRACTICE […]

By Michael Murungi September 2011 Judges in Kenya will no longer be addressed as ‘My Lady’ or ‘My Lord’ and they will no longer wear the ceremonial wigs that have been part of their dress code. Instead, they will be addressed in English as ‘Your Honour’ or in Swahili as ‘Mheshimiwa’. With the exception of […]

By Dr Willy Mutunga, S.C., Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya Thanks to the new Constitution, the cornerstones of a transformative Judiciary are being laid. Governance structures of the new Judiciary have been decentralised and democratised. Distinct courts, namely, the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, High Court, all known as […]

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