June 18, 2024

No court will print pleadings and documents from July 1; CJ Koome

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No court will print pleadings and documents from July 1; CJ Koome

Chief Justice (CJ) Martha Koome announces that there should be no printing of pleadings and court documents from July 1 this year

Chief Justice (CJ) Martha Koome announces that there should be no printing of pleadings and court documents from July 1 this year.

This follows the launch of the E-filling in all courts countrywide, a Data tracking Dashboard, and a Cause list Portal that is supposed to improve service delivery.

According to CJ Koome, this will further enhance efficiency and ease the Judiciary’s transition to sustainable practices and environmental conservation.

“No courts should print pleadings and documents from 1st July 2024. The resources that are used in printing paper and ink can now be used to buy desktops and laptops including training,” she stated.

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The e-filing system will be available in all courts countrywide from March 12 and it provides a data tracking dashboard and cause list portal for virtual case monitoring.

CJ Koome said the platform will enable one to monitor how cases are processed in courts and tribunals, from filing to conclusion.

“One of the most compelling features of this dashboard is its ability to detect and analyze case adjournments, pinpointing the reasons behind them and enabling comparisons across different courts,” she said.

“With real-time monitoring capabilities, the Chief Justice, Deputy Chief Justice, and Heads of Court can now oversee the progress and performance of all court stations across the country.”

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