CB MADAN 1912-1989 When I founded the Nairobi Law Monthly in 1987 I had on the cover of the inaugural edition, a portrait of Chief Justice Madan which we had specially commissioned, and in the introductory essay this is what I wrote: Before his retirement upon reaching the statutory retirement age of 74 years Mr. Justice Chunilal B. Madan bestrode the Kenyan judicial landscape with unequalled brilliance. A short soft-spoken man whose gait betrays Ghandhian frailty as he strolls from a coffee house… Read more

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