|LEGAL AUDIT & COMPLIANCE COURSE||The goal of Legal Audit & Compliance Course is to equip the young lawyer with the necessary knowledge and skills to undertake legal audit and compliance assignment for clients or their institutions, with the ultimate aim of helping client institutions to entrench the culture of strict adherence to constitutional, statutory, policy and administrative requirements, as well as best practices.||19th-22nd June 2023||Kenya School of Law Karen Campus|
|NEGOTIATING, DRAFTING & MANAGING COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS WORKSHOP||The need to ensure that commercial contracts are not only negotiated but also drafted and managed correctly cannot be overemphasized. There is need to avoid the burden of litigation and extra cost and time that it is wasted on various cancellations and variations to commercial contracts and disputes which are costly and time wasting.||21st-23rd June 2023||Kenya School of Law Karen Campus|
|LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING COURSE||The Kenya School of Law is pleased to mount a very practical, hands-on 5-day course on Legislative Drafting. This course seeks to build capacity for drafting and analyzing legislative proposals. It also addresses the question of translating policy into law.||26th-30th June 2023||Kenya School of Law Karen Campus|
|CERTIFIED SECRETARIES (CS) COURSE||The Kenya School of Law (the School) is a public institution established under the Kenya School of Law Act, 2012. The School is mandated under section 4(1) of the Act to be a public legal education provider responsible for the provision of professional legal training as an
agent of the Government. In the exercise of this mandate, the School wishes to invite applications from qualified persons to pursue the Certified Secretary (CS) qualification.
The School is accredited by KASNEB to provide training leading to the award of the CS qualification upon passing the relevant KASNEB examinations. The course imparts knowledge, skills, values and attitudes, amongst other competencies.
|July 2023||Virtual Classes|
|DATA PROTECTION: LAW, POLICIES AND COMPLIANCE FRAMEWORK||The Data Protection Act, No. 24 of 2019, came into effect on 25th November, 2019. The Act is meant to give effect to Article 31(c) and (d) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 on the right to privacy. In addition to establishing the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, the Act makes provision for the regulation of the processing of personal data….||10th – 14th JULY, 2023||NYALI, MOMBASA|