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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 […]

Prepared and published by The Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations. September 2012.   The Judiciary Working Committee on Election Preparations Members The Hon. Mr. Justice Mohammed Ibrahim – Judge of the Supreme Court The Hon. Justice (Dr.) Smokin Wanjala  – Judge of the Supreme Court The Hon. Mr. Justice Paul Kihara Kariuki  - Judge […]

Fellow citizens, colleagues, friends, ladies and gentlemen: Today is a day of great joy for Kenya and the Judiciary. It is a moment for us who are privileged to serve in the Judiciary to open up to the public; explain to them how we work; and get feedback from the people on how to improve […]

A Public Lecture Delivered at Taifa Hall, University Of Nairobi, on August 21, 2012, as Part of the Judicial Marches Week By The Hon. Dr. Willy Mutunga, D. Jur, S.C., E.G.H., Chief Justice/ President, Supreme Court Of Kenya   The Vice Chancellor of the University of Nairobi, Prof George Magoha, Distinguished professors and academics, Justices […]

Remarks made on the occasion of the Inaugural Chief Justice’s Legal Scholarship Dinner, Nairobi, July 9, 2012 By The Hon. Justice (Prof.) J.B. Ojwang, Justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya Content Academia and Bench, Two Sides of the Same Coin: Introduction Academia and Bench – The Functional Link Evolving Jurisprudence under New Governance Trends […]

  31st May 2012, By The Hon. Dr. Justice Willy Mutunga, SC, Chief Justice / President, Supreme Court of Kenya My fellow Judges, our distinguished guests I feel particularly lucky tonight because of three reasons: It is the second time I am addressing you after the colloquium last year when I read a paper on […]

MAY 31, 2012 AT KICC GROUNDS Ladies and Gentlemen, Country Women and Men, Friends and Colleagues, I feel privileged to speak to you today about the distance we have covered and the journey upon which we wish to embark in reclaiming the Judiciary for the Kenyan public. In my Progress Report after 120 days in […]

10th May, 2012 BY: The Hon. Dr. Justice Willy Mutunga, SC, Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya With Kenyans preparing to choose close to 2,000 individuals for public office, the forthcoming election is unprecedented in both scale and complexity. Elections on our continent have often been cast as meaningless periodic rituals, or as cataclysmic events […]

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