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  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 […]

(*These remarks were also submitted in the House of Representatives through Congressman Steve Cohen of Tennessee and are part of the Congressional Record for April 25 2012 pp. E652-E654)   BY The Hon. Dr. Willy Mutunga, D. Jur., SC, EGH Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya   Fellow Africans and our Friends I thank the […]

AT THE SUPREME COURT BUILDINGS ON APRIL 30, 2012 The chairman of the Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board, Mr Sharad Rao, Distinguished members of the Board, among them Justice Georgina Wood of Ghana, Justice Fredrick Chomba of Zambia and Justice Albie Sachs of South Africa, Ladies and Gentlemen: Almost one year since the commencement of […]

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 – Global Give Back Circle – 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 […]

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