About the Environment and Land Court
The Constitution of Kenya 2010, Article 162 (2)(b), made provision for the creation of the Environment and Land Court to deal with disputes related to environment and land. Pursuant to the dictate of the Constitution, in the year 2011, Parliament passed the Environment and Land Court Act. The first 15 Judges were appointed on 3 rd October 2012 and the Court thereby came into operation. Subsequent appointments have increased the number to 53. The Judges are spread out in 37 Court Stations in 36 Counties.
About the Conference
To celebrate the 10 th Anniversary of the existence of the Environment and Land Court, a Conference is scheduled to take place at Pwani University, Kilifi County from 28 th November to 2 nd December 2022. This Conference aims to bring together the Judges of the court, Magistrates, Judges of Courts in other countries, other members of the Kenyan Judiciary, academicians, children, civil society and the public. The discussions will focus on the milestones and challenges facing the court, the jurisprudence of the court, and any other matter touching on the function of the court. The deliberations are aimed at improving the operations of the court.
To participate in the Conference, you need to register as a Delegate or Exhibitor using the registration link