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Commission Highlights

The Commission has a statutoty and ongoing role of reviewing all the laws of Kenya to ensure that it is modernized, relevant and harmonized

KLRC Annual Report 2020-2021

KLRC Annual Report 2020-2021

The Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC) is privileged to publish the Annual Report for the financial year 2020-2021. The report captures our mandate, the approach, the goals, targets and achievements realized as well as the financial statements for the reporting period. 

Quarterly Newsletter 003 - February 2022

Quarterly Newsletter 003 - February 2022

In this Issue: Dealing With The Covid-19 Pandemic- The New Norm? The Different Models For Achieving The Goals of International Criminal Justice. Public Service Delivery For Women In Kenya: The Importance Of Gender-inclusive Approaches In Service Delivery. The Concept of Quality Legislation?

Report on Implementation and Review of Protocol on Publication of County Legislation

Report on Implementation and Review of Protocol on Publication of County Legislation

To actualize the promise of devolution, legislative and executive authority was devolved, and finances allocated to counties to perform their constitutional mandate and exercise their powers

The 2010 Constitution of Kenya

The 2010 Constitution of Kenya

The constitution was presented to the Attorney General of Kenya on 7 April 2010, officially published on 6 May 2010, and was subjected to a referendum on 4 August 2010

Permanent

Permanent

The permanence of an institutional law reform agency provides some inherent advantages over more ad hoc arrangements

Authoritative

Authoritative

Law reform work must always proceed from a meticulous treatment of black letter law and a clear understanding of the surrounding process

Independent

Independent

It is fundamental to success that the Commission maintains its independence. To some extent, this flows from the formal establishment of institutional law reform agencies by statute

About the Commission

About KLRC

The Commission has a statutory and ongoing role of reviewing all the laws of Kenya to ensure that it is modernized, relevant and harmonized with the Constitution of Kenya. The Commission additional mandate is to preparing new legislation to give effect to the Constitution

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What we do

We strive to maintain highest standards while exceeding client's expectations at all levels.

  • keep under review all the law and recommend its reform
  • work with the Attorney-General and the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution
  • provide advice technical assistance and information to the national and county governments
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Vision

A vibrant agency for responsive law reform

Latest News

Latest Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC) News and Events

Kenya Law Reform Commission (KLRC) has a mandate to provide advice, technical assistance and ...
The seventh annual devolution conference was held in Makueni county Wote town in November 2021. ...
KLRC continues to work with other state organs in ensuring that legislative proposals that are ...
Road safety is a concern to the Government and its citizens because road accidents continue to ...
This collaboration will increase the legislative capacity of Assembly committees, develop a system ...
The United Nation General Assembly in its Resolution A/RES/74/299) declared the new Decade of ...
On 16th February 2015, The Attorney General wrote a letter on publication of County Bills. The ...
The Taskforce on Policy, Legal, Institutional and Administrative Reforms Regarding Intersex Persons ...
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The commission paid a courtesy call to the county government of Bomet as part of the county ...