Mediation in the Courts' Embrace: Introduction of Court-Annexed Mediation into the Justice System in Kenya
Article from: TDM 1 (2017), in Mediation & ADR
For a long time, the courts in Kenya have been marred by delays and backlogs of cases. This has slowed down the wheels of justice leading to public outcry to find possible solutions for a more effective justice system. Court-annexed mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution whereby cases which are brought to court for litigation are referred to mediation for possible settlement. The Kenyan Judiciary is in the process of launching a Court Mediation Pilot Program to aid in this objective of speedy resolution of disputes. By screening and referring suitable cases ...