Chief Justice Martha Koome has on Monday held a meeting with Law Society of Kenya (LSK) leadership ahead of e-filing launch.
“Held a virtual meeting with the leadership of the LSK and representatives of advocates practicing in Mandera, Turkana, Wajir, Samburu and Nyandarua this afternoon to discuss access to justice and service delivery by the courts, ahead of the launch of e-filing in the counties.,” said the CJ
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In Mandera County the system will cover the Magistrate’s Court, Mandera Kadhis’ Court, Elwak Kadhis’ Court and Takaba Kadhis’ Court.
According to the CJ, the system will help serve court users more efficiently and enable lawyers undertake their tasks in court with ease.
“The e-filing system is an effort to enable us serve our court users in a more efficient manner. It will also enable lawyers to undertake their tasks as court users more conveniently, expeditiously and efficiently.
In court stations where e-filing has already been rolled out, advocates have enthusiastically embraced and supported it,” said CJ Martha Koome