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Legal Profession - Judges

However in general speaking that judges of the High Court of Kenya are appointed from among advocates of in case of seven years' standing as like i.e. those advocates that who have been in the private practice for at least seven years.  Thus they are called "puisne judges".

Conversely all judges are appointed through the president in accordance with the advice of Judicial Service Commission.

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