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The Chairman of the Law Society of Kenya, Council Members of the Society, Senior Counsel, Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, My friends and colleagues, That the transformation of the Judiciary continues at a remarkable pace is no longer in doubt .The process has taken a multifaceted dimension in conformity with the framework whose building blocks […]

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 […]

        The Chief Justice & Chairman of the National Council for Law Reporting’s Board, Dr. Willy Mutunga (centre in green necktie) with speakers, guests, Board Members, Management and Members of the Staff of the Council during the Council’s Thanksgiving and Annual Staff Conference on February 3, 2012 SPEECH BY THE HON. DR. […]

Kenya Community Development Foundation – www.kcdf.or.ke Global Give Back Circle – www.globalgivebackcircle.org October 2011 Nairobi-Kenya The National Council for Law Reporting (NCLR) has partnered with the Kenya Community Development Foundation (KCDF), a community development organization that supports communities to attain sustained development, to provide financial and mentorship support to socio-economically disadvantaged young persons of school-going […]

  SUPREME COURT OF KENYA In the Matter of Advisory Opinions of the Court under Article 163(3) of the Constitution –and- In the matter of Section 21(2) of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution –and- in the matter of the Interim Independent Electoral Commission As the Applicant. Case No: S.C.Const.App 2/11 Date of Hearing: 15th […]

By Cornelius Wekesa Lupao – Advocate. International Commission of Jurists-Kenya v Attorney General & 2 others High Court, at Nairobi N.R.O. Ombija J November 28, 2011. ‘‘Applying International Law principles to the facts of this case, the High Court in Kenya clearly has jurisdiction not only to issue warrant of arrest against any person, irrespective of […]

By Nelson K. Tunoi, Advocate Ibrahim Sangor Osman & 1,122 others v The Minister of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security & 10 others [2011] eKLR Constitutional Petition No. 2 of 2011 High Court at Embu A O Muchelule, J. November, 16 2011 “…the petitioners were entitled to adequate information on the reasons of […]

Dennis Mogambi Mong’are v Attorney General & 3 others [2011] eKLR Constitutional and Human Rights Division High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts) Mumbi Ngugi, D.S. Majanja & G.V. Odunga JJ November 18, 2011 By Michael M. Murungi, Advocate Nairobi, Kenya The Constitutional and Human Rights division of the High Court has dismissed a petition […]

By Hon. Dr. Willy Mutunga, SC Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court 14TH NOVEMBER, 2011   Almost five years ago, members of the then Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK) stood before a Chief Justice and took an oath of office similar to the one you have just taken today. In the text and […]

  By Ann Asugah November 2011 Nairobi IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI ADVISORY OPINIONS  APP. NO. 1 OF 2011 IN THE MATTER OF ADVISORY OPINIONS OF THE COURT UNDER ARTICLE 163 (6) OF THE CONSTITUTION THE COMMISSION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION………………………………APPLICANT M.K.  IBRAHIM & SMOKIN WANJALA (SCJJ) History was made […]

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