Press Release

Kenya Deputy President Ruto’s ICC Trial to Begin

9th, September 2013
Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto goes on\r\ntrial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday 10th\r\nSeptember, 2013 on charges of involvement in violence that left about 1,300\r\npeople dead. Also going on trial Tuesday is former radio host Joshua Arap Sang,\r\nwho is also accused of involvement in the deadly violence.
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EACJ Dismisses Alcon International Limited Dispute

4th, September 2013
The First Instance Division of the East African\r\nCourt of Justice dismissed a Matter filed by Alcon International Limited\r\n(Kenya) against Standard Chartered Bank Uganda Limited for not paying them for\r\nthe construction of Workers House in Kampala, Uganda. Read More »

JLOS Bids Farewell to Ms Judith Maas

15th, August 2013
The Sector on August 14 2013 hosted a cocktail party at Kabira Country \r\nClub to bid farewell to Ms.Judith Maas who is the outgoing First \r\nSecretary (Security and Rule of Law) at the Netherlands Embassy and \r\nCo-Chair of the JLOS Development Partners Group (at technical level).
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ICC Rejects Request to try Mr. Ruto in Africa

15th, July 2013
The\r\n International Criminal Court in The Hague on Monday turned down Kenyan \r\nDeputy President William Ruto's request that his trial for crimes \r\nagainst humanity be held in Africa.Read More »

New Mediation Rules Launched by the Chief Justice

17th, June 2013

The Chief justice, the Hon. Justice Benjamin Odoki officially\r\nlaunched the new rules of Mediation on the 14th June 2013 at Imperial Royale Hotel Kampala.
The objective of introducing these Rules was to assist in the\r\nefficient and effective dispute resolution

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In The Judiciary - Role of The Judiciary Part I

28th, March 2013

Administration of justice is the primary function of the Judiciary. However, the Judiciary performs certain other function too.

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