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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 1882 & 1883 KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW ACT, 2012 (No. 26 of 2012) PUPILLAGE AND PASSING OF EXAMINATIONS PURSUANT to regulation 19 and 20 of the Kenya School of Law Act (No. 26 of 2012) of the Laws of Kenya, it is notified that the following persons Download the Full List have […]

An award for damages for distress and injury to feelings caused to a disabled passenger during flight in breach of the UK Disability Regulations cannot be awarded since such an award is precluded by article 29 of the Montreal Convention. Supreme Court of United Kingdom Scott V Thomas Cook Tours Operators Limited [2014] UKSC 15 […]

By Emily Nakhungu March 4th 2014 Kenya Law was among the proud sponsors of the second All Kenyan Moot Court Competition 2014. (AKMCC) organized by the Kenyatta University School of Law (KUSOL). Kenya Law donated Copies of the Kenya Law Reports, Election petitions, Kenya Law Monthlies among other publications to the winners of the competition. […]

Leafing through a print edition of the Kenya Gazette has always been more like looking for a morsel of information in an encyclopaedia or a newspaper. The weekly publication containing government notices and other legal notices prepared by Kenya’s Government Printer is wordy and averages 70 pages per edition. If finding one piece of information […]

The time workers spend donning and doffing their protective gear is not compensable by operation of section 203(o) of the United States Constitution. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES SANDIFER ET AL. v. UNITED STATES STEEL CORP JUSTICE SCALIA Reported by Vellah Kedogo Brief Facts The petitioners filed suit under the Fair Labor Standards Act […]

Supreme Court of United States declares that a criminal defendant’s right to counsel is violated if his trial attorney’s performance falls below an objective standard of reasonableness and if there is a reasonable probability that the result of the trial would have been different absent the deficient act or omission. Supreme Court of the United […]

THE JUDICIARY NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR LAW REPORTING (KENYA LAW) SPEECH BY THE HON. LADY JUSTICE KALPANA RAWAL, DEPUTY CHIEF JUSTICE & VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA, ON THE OCCASION OF THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE NEW OFFICE PREMISES OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR LAW REPORTING (KENYA LAW) AT ACK GARDEN ANNEX, 5TH FLOOR, […]

Kenya Law had a chance to showcase its new mobile application on 18th February 2014, during the Apps Show ‘N’ Tell event organized by Samsung Electronics EA held at iLab Africa. The Kenya Law mobile app v 1.0 contains the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, Selected Statutes of high public interest, Case Search (which is integrated […]

An activity remains lawful even if an offence is committed, providing that the activity could have been accomplished without the offence.   UNITED KINGDOM SUPREME COURT In the Case of Richardson and another) v Director of Public Prosecutions On appeal from: [2012] EWHC 1238 Before: Lady Hale (Deputy President), Lord Kerr, Lord Hughes, Lord Toulson […]

The Appeals Chamber dismisses the Prosecutor’s appeal related to the temporal scope of the charges International Criminal Court The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court Situation in the Republic of Kenya The Prosecutor v. William Samoei Ruto and Joshua Arap Sang Judges: Judge Sang-Hyun Song (Presiding Judge), Judge Sanji Mmasenono Monageng, Judge Akua Kuenyehia, […]

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