Over the last decade in Kenya there has been a proliferation of laws, and even this increase is yet to meet the ever growing need for statutory regulations in many areas of governance, especially after the promulgation of our new Constitution in 2010. We need more laws and better policies to keep up with societal demands, and to chart our path to development as a nation. Better lawmaking has become a strategic component in the move towards upholding the rule of law and enhancing good governance in Kenya. Good legislative drafting, combined with appropriate information technologies, can provide all stakeholders with the legal information they need, and in particular can enable citizens to identify precisely their rights and obligations and courts to enforce the laws effectively, thereby improving governance in the nation. Members of civil society, parliamentarians, legislators, constituents and other stakeholders would stand to benefit from information on how an e-parliament model can improve checks and balances in government and create opportunities to realize access to information and accountability.