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MAIN THEME: MAKING AND BREAKING THE LAW: JUSTICE IN THE WAKE OF DISOBEDIENCE AND JUDICIAL COWARDICE JUDICIAL INNOVATION OR SCHIZOPHRENIA? A SURVEY OF EMERGING KENYAN JURISPRUDENCE PRESENTATION OUTLINE By PROF. PLO – LUMUMBA, LL.D, CPS (K), MKIM DIRECTOR/CHIEF EXECUTIVE & SECRETARY, KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW BOAR PAPER PRESENTED AT THE LAW SOCIETY OF KENYA ANNUAL […]

MAKING AND BREAKING THE LAW: JUSTICE IN THE WAKE OF DISOBEDIENCE OF JUDICIAL ORDERS – A PAPER PRESENTED AT LAW SOCIETY CONFERENCE ON 14TH   AUGUST, 2014 BY GIBSON KAMAU KURIA, S.C. In a paper which was published in the Daily Nation on 27th February, 2014, this writer  addressed the  issue  of  disobedience of  judicial  orders. […]

BENEFIT SHARING IN THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY; WHICH BENEFITS? WHO SHARES? COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS  AND LESSONS FOR KENYA Presentation to the Law Society of Kenya Annual Conference 13th-17th August, 2014 Dr Collins Odote CONTEXT -Oil & gas plays  critical  role in world’s political & socio-economic development. -Currently  meet 60% of world’s primary energy needs. -Top ten producers […]

DETAILED EXPOSITION OF TORRENS SYSTEM AS INCORPORATED IN RTA AND LRA Hassan Asaria – Advocate (Kenya) & Barrister-at-Law (U.K. & Cnd) (e-mail: nylex3@gmail.com) *************************     TORRENS SYSTEM OF TITLES NOT UNDERSTOOD IN KENYA TITLE CAN NEVER BE NULLITY AB INITIO UNDER RTA & LRA   CONSTITUTION MERE BARE BONE OF LAWS NEED TO BE […]

Presented at the 2013 Women & Justice Conference Theme: State Responsibility for Eliminating Violence against Women: The Due Diligence Principle and the Role of Judges December 10-12, 2013 New York City, New York, USA by Justice James Aaron Makau Whereas the perpetrators are directly responsible for the harms to the petitioners, the respondents herein cannot […]

By Ali A. Mazrui Director, Institute of Global Cultural Studies and  Albert Schweitzer Professor in the Humanities  Binghamton University  State University of New York at Binghamton, New York, U.S.A. Albert Luthuli Professor-at-Large University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria Andrew D. White Professor-at-Large Emeritus and Senior Scholar in Africana Studies Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. Senior […]

Paper presented at the Colloquium for the Selected Bench of the Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations, Great Rift Valley Lodge, Naivasha, 23 April 2013 By The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya Content A. INTRODUCTION B. TYPES OF ELECTORAL DISPUTES C. RECENT EXPERIENCE: THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION PETITION NO. […]

DISCUSSION PAPER MID-YEAR REVIEW AND TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR JUDGES OF THE INDUSTRIAL COURT OF KENYA JUDICIARY TRAINING INSTITUTE, MUTHAIGA NORTH, NAIROBI 16TH -20TH APRIL 2013 JAMES RIKA, JUDGE OF THE INDUSTRIAL COURT OF KENYA ——————————————————————————————————————————- CONTENTS 1.  AN INTRODUCTION 2. PROPER JURISDICTION OF THE INDUSTRIAL COURT 3. PROPER ROLE OF THE INDUSTRIAL COURT 4. ILLUSTRATIVE […]

Paper delivered at the Induction Workshop for Judges of the Industrial Court and the Land and Environment Court, Nairobi, 18 January 2013. By The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya Content INTRODUCTION KENYA’S CONSTITUTION, AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS REPRESENTATION AND KENYA’S FRAMEWORK OF GOVERNANCE THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH, AND THE […]

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