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Title: Courts incidences and its impact on paralegals services at Nakuru law court, Kenya:
Authors: Denis, Kipkirui Mikoyan
Keywords: Courts incidences
paralegals services
Nakuru law court, Kenya
Issue Date: May-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and social sciences.
Abstract: The pui~ose of this research is sensitize judicial officers, policy makers, investors and stake holders in administration of justice in general, of incidences occurring in Nabru Law Court likely to impact negatively in paralegal service provision. The specific objective however was to investigate the nature of incidences. That is from the perspective~ of previous work documenting the same and whether there is continuity or adoption to circumvent administrative measures put in place. Also important is to identify the forms in which they are presented at the station. Opportunity aspect which is presented as the enabling environment is given more consideration to draw more attention to policy makers who should take remedial measures in terms of court administration, An ex post facto research design was adopted for the study. The study employed both descriptive analysis (mean and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation) to analyze the data. Simple random and stratified sampling techniques were used to select a sample size from the target population with the use of questionnaires, Both Primary and secondary data were collated. The study established that indeed not much has changed from the radical surgery 2003. wherea~ the success or none of it, attained through Ringera Committee 2003, this study independently established those incidences that thrive at the station level without necessarily disclosing the prime actors nor recommending punitive sanctions against such individuals.
Description: A Master’s Thesis in Partial Fulfillment for the Requirements of the Award of Master of Arts Degree in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution Kampala international university department of open and distance learning.
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