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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 […]

THE SUPREME COURT (PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION PETITION) RULES, 2013 ARRANGEMENT OF RULES RULES 1—Short title. 2—Interpretation. 3—Objectives of the Rules. 4—Scope of the Rules. 5—Petitions generally. Pre-polling petition 6—Pre-polling petition. 7—Filing of pre-polling petition. 8—Service of pre-polling petition. 9—Response to the petition. 10—Pre-trial conference for a pre-polling petition. 11—Hearing and determination of the petition. Post-polling petitions […]

                            A paper presented at the East African Judicial Education Committees’ Training of Judicial Officers on Alternative Dispute Resolution, Case Management, Trial Management and Case-Flow Management 12-15 November, 2012, East African Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania By Michael M. Murungi, Chief Executive/Editor National Council […]

                                A paper presented at the  2012 Law Via Internet Conference October 7-9, 2012, Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York-USA By Ann M. Asugah, Team Leader, Laws of Kenya – National Council for Law Reporting   The Constitution of Kenya […]

      Paper delivered during the Induction Training workshop for the newly-appointed Judges of the Environment and Land Court of Kenya, Nairobi, 11th October, 2012 by The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya. ——————- Content 1. Introduction 2. The Fact Premise 3. Legal Issues, and the Submissions of […]

Speech by the The Hon. Dr. Willy Mutunga, D.Jur.,SC, EGH, Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya on the occasion of the Inaugural State of the Judiciary and the Administration of Justice Report, on October 19, 2012 at the Supreme Court Grounds, Nairobi Mr President, Mr Prime Minister, Mr Vice President, Mr […]

  Paper presented during the Induction Training Course for newly-appointed Judges of the High Court of Kenya   By Mr. Justice Lee G. Muthoga Judge, United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals   Nairobi, September 19, 2012 Introduction It is important to note at the outset that a Judge does not have to wait until […]

A Discussion Paper on the occasion of the COTU [Kenya] Capacity Building Workshop for Executive Board Members and General-Secretaries   Delivered at The Tom Mboya Labour College, Kisumu, 28th September 2012   By The Hon. Mr. Justice James Rika, Judge of the Industrial Court of Kenya _______________________________________________ OUTLINE 1. Industrial Court and Social Dialogue 2. […]

Paper presented during the Induction Training Course for newly-appointed Judges of the High Court of Kenya, Nairobi, September 19, 2012 by The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya A. INTRODUCTION   The critical role of the High Court in Kenya’s judicial structure is a fact well depicted in the […]

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 […]

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