PARLIAMENTARY PUPILLAGE PROGRAMME, 2023
The Parliament of Kenya is one of the institutions set out in the Council of Legal Education (Admission) Regulations, 2007 as an institution in which students of the Kenya School of Law may undertake their Pupilage Programme. The Parliamentary Service Commission now seeks to engage twelve (12) highly motivated Kenyans to undertake their Pupilage Programme with the Parliament of Kenya for a period of six (6) months for the year 2023.
The successful pupils shall be selected from applicants who-
(a) possess at least a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree (Upper Second Class Honors) from a recognized University;
(b) are admitted to the Kenya School of Law for the 2022/2023 academic year;
(c) demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills in both English and Kiswahili, as evidenced by a score of at least a “B” plain grade in both subjects;
(d) demonstrate a proactive attitude and willingness to learn and to be part of a team handling challenging tasks within specific timelines; and
(e) are computer literate.
Applicants must complete the Parliamentary Service Commission Job Application Form (Form 1J), which can be downloaded Here or obtained from the Commission reception desk at the Ground Floor, County Hall, Parliament Buildings, Nairobi, during office hours.
The application should be accompanied by a copy of the letter of admission to the Kenya School of Law, certified copies of academic certificates and testimonials. The Application form and copies of certificates and testimonials must be emailed as a PDF file attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Application for Pupillage 2023” to be received on or before 21st November 2022.
Applications from applicants who do not complete the Parliamentary Service Commission Job Application Form (form 1j) referred to in this advertisement WILL NOT be considered.
Applications are strictly via email and hard copy applications will not be accepted.