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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 […]

Union of India & another v National Federation of the Blind & others Supreme Court of India, Civil Appeal No. 9096 of 2013) October 8, 2013 Judge(s): Hon’ble The Chief Justice P. Sathasivam, Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ranjan Gogoi . October 8, 2013 Constitution – Service – Persons with […]

The Teddy Bear Clinic for Abused Children and Another v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and National Director of Public Prosecutions CCT 12/13 KHAMPEPE J (Mogoeng CJ, Bosielo AJ, Froneman J, Jafta J, Mhlantla AJ, Nkabinde J, Skweyiya J and Zondo J concurring) 3 October 2013   Introduction This was an application for confirmation […]

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 14699 THE COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION (KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW) REGULATIONS, 2009 PUPILLAGE AND PASSING OF EXAMINATIONS PURSUANT to regulation 13 of the Council of Legal Education (Kenya School of Law) Regulations, it is notified that the following three hundred and ninety-three (393) persons: Download the Full List have complied with the […]

By Nelson K. Tunoi, Esq. Kenya Law prides itself for being at the forefront as the leading and most authoritative source of a broad range of public legal information. These include the publication of both the online and print versions of all judicial opinions from the superior courts of record and national and county legislations […]

Members of the National Council for the Administration of Justice, including: The Hon Attorney General, The Commissioner of the Prisons Service, The Inspector-General of the National Police Service, The Director of Public Prosecutions, The Department of Probation Services, Civil Society Organisations working in the justice sector Members of the Judicial Service Commission, Hon. Deputy Chief […]

Ochiel J Dudley* Abstract As a matter of consensus, the Constitution of Kenya is amongst the most liberal and progressive in the world.1 It has been hailed elsewhere as creating “a new country”, by requiring the Judiciary and broader Kenyan society to transform2. Nevertheless, how much and long, the “living tree”3 of the constitution will […]

October 2013 Nairobi, Kenya This occasion is a great milestone not just for Kenya Law as an institution but for Kenya as a country. As we commemorate the promulgation of our Constitution, which has become not only a new beacon of light for the rule of law in our beloved country but also a source […]

The government has declared Monday 21st October, 2013 a public holiday. The notice, given under section 4 of the Public Holidays Act, Cap 110 appears in today’s issue of the Kenya Gazette.

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