The Lawyers

Emily Osiemo

Emily is a lawyer in the Projects (Energy and Infrastructure) practice area. She has a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Moi University, a Master of Laws in East African Community Law from the University of Dar es Salaam and a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law. She also attended the Arcadia University Study Abroad programme on Human Rights and Capacity Building in East African Community. Her areas of specialization are in EAC and Regional integration Laws, Conveyancing, Procurement Law and Commercial and Corporate Law.

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Mutindi Muema

Mutindi studied law at the University of Nairobi School of Law, obtaining a Bachelor of Laws Degree; LL.B (Hons.) and has completed the Advocates Training Programme at Kenya School of Law. She has been involved in various legal aid activities at Korogocho Community Justice Centre as well as in the proposals for the development of an education policy for children undergoing long-term treatment in hospital in Kenya. She has developed a keen interest in Telecommunication, Media and Technology (TMT) Practice, Corporate law and Litigation.

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Alex Kubo

Alex Kubo is a Lawyer. He studied law at Moi University School of Law, obtaining a Bachelor of Laws Degree; LL.B (Hons). He has completed his training at the Kenya School of Law (KSL). He has a keen interest in Litigation, Corporate Finance, projects (Energy and infrastructure), Technology, Media and Telecommunication and Intellectual Property.

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Brian Tororei

Brian Tororei is a Lawyer. He read law at the University of Nairobi, School of Law, for his Bachelor of Laws Degree; LL.B (Hons.). Brian has finished his Advocates Training Programme at Kenya School of Law. He is currently attached to the Dispute Resolution and Administrative Process (DRAP) and Technology, Media and Telecommunication (TMT) departments. Since joining Firm in June, 2014, Brian has developed a keen interest in Corporate Finance, Technology, Media and Telecommunication, Intellectual Property and Projects and Infrastructure and also has a keen interest the Law on the East African Community.

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Peter Maina

Peter is a graduate of law from the University of Nairobi, School of Law, obtaining an LL.B (Hons.). He also has a certificate in Refugee Law and done CPS (Part II). He is currently enrolled at the Kenya School of Law for the Advocates Training Program. Peter has a strong interest in Technology and Internet Law, and Intellectual Property Law.

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