Complaints and compliments from the clients, suppliers, stakeholders and the public provide critical feedback to the Council of Legal Education in its endeavour to discharge the statutory mandate conferred on it in a timely and efficacious manner.
The Council of Legal Education herein referred as ‘Council’ is established by the Legal Education Act, No 27 of 2012 Laws of Kenya. The core functions of the Council of Legal Education are to regulate legal education and training, license and supervise legal education providers; conduct the Bar Examination and to advice the Government on matters relating to legal education and training.
In order to deliver its functions, Council wishes to competitively recruit full time high caliber officers to the following positions.
The list of candidates who successfully registered for the November 2019 Bar Examination is now available on the Council’s website and on Notice Boards at the Council offices for inspection and verification.