Ms. Florence Shako article: “Mediation in the Courts’ Embrace: Introduction of Court – Annexed Mediation into the Justice System in Kenya.” was Published in the Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Volume 4, Issue number 2 of 2016, Page
How Kenya can avoid the resource curse in oil, gas sector.
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‘The Interpretation of the Doctrine of Piercing the Corporate Veil by the UK Courts is More Successful than by the US Courts’ The King’s Student Law Review Volume III Issue 2 (2012)
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As the 2017 General Election approaches, political temperatures and disputes are rising. Over the past few weeks, the protests calling for the removal of the officials of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission have led
Kenya joined countries around the world to mark the International Women’s Day on March 8.
The 2016 theme is Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step it up for Gender Equality. This year, individuals around the world
Albinism is a genetically inherited condition present at birth which results in the lack of melanin – a chemical responsible for the colour of the skin, eyes and hair.
In almost all types of albinism, both parents
What is in dispute is the legality of the levies and not the notion that residents should benefit from the county’s resources
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This study focuses on the question of whether mediation training can equip lawyers with
the necessary guidance and skills for effective dispute resolution. It has been suggested that the
traditional law school curriculum inappropriately privileges an adversarial
Article 159 (2) of the Constitution provides that in exercising judicial authority, courts should be guided by, among other principles, the promotion of alternative dispute resolution.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to a set of practices