Law Society of Kenya

Litigants to wait longer for face-to-face court sessions

Kenyans seeking to access justice, will have to do it online. This comes after the High Court yesterday declined to […]

New exercise to ensure no loss of ownership upon land conversion

Genuine landowners have a reason to smile after the Ministry of Lands yesterday announced there will be no loss of […]

Bomet lawyers poke holes in new Public Order Act, say it is ‘illegal’

Law Society of Kenya – Bomet Chapter has poked holes in the new Public Order Act. The lawyers, who were […]

Civil society wants Parliament dissolved

Alvin Mwangi @PeopleDailyKe  A civil society group wants Parliament dissolved following its failure to initiate implementation of constitutional provisions that would […]

Court halts directive to State agencies on procuring advocates

Bernice Mbugua @BerniceMuhindi The High Court has suspended a government directive that State agencies and ministries need the Attorney General’s nod […]

Court ruling on Commission for University Education undermines professionals

A court has ruled that the Commission for University Education (CUE) has the sole prerogative of regulating the courses that […]

Punishment you’ll get if you break curfew directive

The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has condemned the brutality meted upon civilians by police on March 27 and expounded […]

Shock as coffin dumped at ex-LSK chair home

Residents of Angorom ward in Teso South  got a rude shock yesterday when a coffin was found in the compound […]

LSK must use poll to reclaim waning glory

The 71-year-old Law Society of Kenya (LSK), a reputable bar association, heads to the poll to pick its leaders tomorrow.  […]

Law society now ripe for second female president

By Mary Claudio     Since the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) appointed its first chairperson in 1949 —a position […]