Long’et Terer

Ag. Editor/CEO, National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law)

Photograph of Long'et TererLong’et is a lawyer and distinguished public officer within Kenya’s public service.

In the past 11 years, Long’et has been engaged in various Ministries within the Government of Kenya as a legal sector specialist who has extensive experience and a good understanding of the public sector. He has been involved in the reform of business laws; the implementation of World Bank projects targeted specifically at the justice and legal sector; and has also been integral in the highest decision-making policy levels within the Government.

Long’et is currently the Ag. Editor/CEO of the National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) a service state corporation within the Judiciary of Kenya that is tasked with making available Kenya’s public legal information including judgements of the superior courts of record and all the laws of Kenya.He holds an LLM from the University of Durham, with a specilisation in International Trade and Commercial law, and has attended numerous professional courses.

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