Home Court News Court bars Police from interring with operations of LSK.

Court bars Police from interring with operations of LSK.

by Robert Guyana

Court has barred police from interfering with the operations of Law Society of Kenya headquarters in Lovington in Nairobi.

 High Court judge Anthony Mrima, has told the police that they can only enter those offices while carrying out their mandate but no other fishy business.

 “The President, the vice president, and Council members of the Law Society of Kenya shall have unrestricted access into the premises of the Law Society Kenya,” the judge directed.

The judge said the LSK headquarters, being a public place, is open to all LSK members and as such, they too should not be denied access.

You may also like

Leave a Reply

About Us

Justice Today Kenya is the premier source of news, commentary, and analysis the goings-on in the legal corridors in Kenya. It delivers news on court judgments, upcoming cases, current hearings, scholarly perspectives, practical insights, updates, and more, as well as news and features that touch on justice.

error: Content is protected !!