175-Kenya_School_of_Law_Act__Training_Programmes__Regulations__2015.doc

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11th September, 2015 LEGAL NOTICE No. 175 THE KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW ACT (No. 26 of 2012) IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 28 of the Kenya School of Law Act, 2012, the Board of Directors of the Kenya School of Law, with the approval of the Cabinet Secretary, makes the following Regulations: — THE KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW (TRAINING PROGRAMMES) REGULATIONS, 2015 PART I—PRELIMINARY Citation. 1. These Regulations may be cited as the Kenya School of Law (Training Programmes) Regulations, 2015. Interpretation. 2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires— "Academic Services Manager" means the person for the time being in charge of the academic services section or department of the School; "Committee of Examiners" means the Committee established under regulation 25; "coursework" includes a class assignment, a study group assignment, an exercise, group work, a moot court activity and any other examinable activity as determined by the School; "examination" means any mode of assessment approved by the Board and includes project work, an oral examination and the written examination required for each course unit; "Examinations Co-ordinator" means the person designated as such by the Director under regulation 30; "examination period" means the period in any given year or School term during which students sit for written examinations; "Nominal Roll" means the register kept and maintained by the School in which the name of each student admitted to the School and the student's relevant details are entered and in which the student signs;
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"Pre-Bar Examination" means an examination required under the Second Schedule to the Act in order for an applicant to be admitted to the School to undertake the Advocates' Training Programme; and "student" means a person admitted and registered at the School to undertake a course of study. Application of the Regulations. 3. These Regulations shall apply to any person who has applied to be admitted as a student to the School or to a person who is a student at the School. PART II—ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION OF STUDENTS Notice. 4. The Director shall publish a notice in the Gazette, in at least one newspaper with a national circulation and in the School's website which shall invite eligible persons to apply for admission to a training programme at the School. Qualification of applicants. 5. A person shall qualify to apply for admission to the School where that person meets the relevant admission requirements under the Act or these Regulations. Pre-Bar Examination and eligibility for the Advocates' Training Programme. 6. (1) A person who wishes to be admitted to the Advocates' Training Programme shall apply to the School to sit for the Pre-Bar examination in the prescribed form and shall pay the prescribed fees.
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