She is an advocate of over twenty-five (25) years standing. Previously she practised law privately in Mombasa (1997-2003) after serving as a magistrate in the Kenyan judiciary for six years from 1991 and 1997. Until May 2008, she was the Deputy Executive Director and Head of Litigation with the Federation of Woman Lawyers (FIDA) Kenya.
She served as the National Coordinator for the National legal aid and Awareness Programmed in Kenya. This is a program under the ministry of justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs.
She also trained and practised Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), mediation in particular. She has excellent report production skills, vast experience in strategic planning, Results-Based Approach to Programming (HRBAP) and application of participatory techniques, project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. She is self-motivated, creative with great communication, management and organizational skills.
Anne is currently the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary.
Kikanae is an advocate of Seven(7) years standing. He has extensive hands-on experience in property conveyance, Intellectual Property, Legislative Drafting, Commercial Litigation and Employment & Labor Relations Matters.
He has previously worked for Bowery and Co. Advocates where he gained experience in criminal Litigation and rules of procedure. He also worked as Senior Programme Officer at the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution where he was involved in Legislative drafting, Post-constitutional Promulgation policy Formulation and citizen engagement.
He is also a Trainer, consultant on legal compliance and member of the Pro Bono LSK scheme to deepen access to Justice to in East Africa.
LL.B (Uon), DIP.KSL: BA (PSYCHOLOGY)Uon MEMBER LAW SOCIETY OF KENYA (LSK): Andrew acts as both litigation and conveyance advocate. He holds a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Nairobi he also holds a second bachelor degree in psychology from the same institution and a post-graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya school of law. He is a practising Advocate and member of the law society of Kenya.
He is adept in the art of court-room litigation, drafting and case analysis. He is also a member of the Kenya Psychology Association.
LL.B (Uon), DIP.KSL: BA (PSYCHOLOGY)Uon MEMBER LAW SOCIETY OF KENYA (LSK): Brian is a litigation and conveyance advocate. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Nairobi and a Post-graduate Diploma in Law from Kenya School of Law. Recently admitted to the role of advocates by the Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya, he brings in new ideas and strategies to the law firm.
He is a meticulous, dedicated, honest and hardworking legal professional with multi-disciplinary training in gender and human rights. He has been able to develop and maintain a good working relationship with his peers, seniors and juniors alike within the legal profession.