Kabineh M. Ja’neh

Kabineh M. Ja’neh currently serves as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of Liberia, a position he has held since 2006. Prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court, he served as Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Liberia from 2003 to 2006, where he also chaired the Mano River Union Security Council. Admitted to the Supreme Court Bar in 1998, he has been actively involved in legal practice and education, contributing to judicial reforms and serving as the first Chairman of the James A.A. Pierre Judicial Institute.

His career in public service began at the National Port Authority, where he worked for 18 years in various roles, culminating as Port Manager. Concurrently, he pursued higher education, earning degrees and diplomas in geography, law, and maritime administration from institutions in Liberia, Egypt, Belgium, and the USA. Admitted to the Liberian National Bar in 1994, he joined several legal associations and firms, enhancing his legal career and eventually leading to his prominent role in Liberia’s judiciary.