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Much at stake in new company law assented by President Uhuru

OPINION

Since the presidential assent of the new Companies Act 2015, the corporate world has waited with great anticipation the commencement of the laws which would catalyse business activities to greater economic growth in the country.

Much at stake in new company law assented by President Uhuru

By Pravin Bowry | 5 years ago

Has the ICC become a kangaroo court?

Has the ICC become a kangaroo court?

Procedural rules under which the trial takes place may well be changed but evidential rules cannot, indeed must not, be altered to the detriment of an accused.

Pravin Bowry | 5 years ago

Legal profession at crossroads

The legal profession - advocates, the judiciary, Attorney General’s Chambers, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, lecturers and students - is at crossroads.

Pravin Bowry | 5 years ago

Get law training system out of doldrums

The Kenya School of Law (KSL) held its inaugural graduation ceremony last week and alumni of the institution lauded its achievements when launching an endowment fund.

Pravin Bowry | 5 years ago

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