“Kenya has experienced a paradigm shift following the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. In particular, Article 159 of the 2010 Constitution is now seen as the platform from which a seismic shift in the procedural approach to the decision-making process has flowed. In particular, this provision states that ‘judicial authority is derived from the people and vests in, and shall be exercised by, the courts…’.”
Read more on the latest addition to the Chambers and Partners practice guides, the Chambers Litigation 2019 Second Edition Guide. Our dispute resolution team have outlined a practiced outlook on the progress made in the Kenyan litigation space over the last year. Comprising of Managing Partner John M Ohaga, Senior Associate Isaac Kiche and Associate Bernard Ogutu, find out what the shift to strategic interest litigation means for the greater good and milestones set up by tax litigation in the period.