The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) is committed to upholding the Rule of Law, advising the Government and assisting the public on matters ancillary to law in the discharge of its statutory mandate under Section 4 of the Law Society of Kenya Act 2014. As a professional society, the LSK strives to ensure all citizens have equal access to justice and the publication of this Directory will promote access to practicing lawyers. This Directory has updated contacts of the majority of practicing advocates across the Country. In future editions, practicing advocates’ preferred areas of practice / specialization – shall be listed in the Directory for easier access by the public. The Directory complements the LSK Website ( by listing information and contacts about lawyers and other related stakeholders. The LSK website advocates search engine shall remain the online portal through which up-to-date information on the status of any advocate found in the directory may be verified.
Isaac E.N. Okero President, Law Society of Kenya LSK[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css_animation="none"]Message from THE LSK SECRETARY / CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
It is with great honor that I take this opportunity to thank members for subscribing to this Directory. It is indeed encouraging that the Directory has grown in leaps and bounds since its pioneer edition was published two years ago. We hope that this edition shall promote access to justice in line with the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The publication will enable easier dissemination of important information to the public and act as a tool of communication. It is my sincere hope that the Directory will be of much assistance to over 13,000 of our members by linking them with clients.
Mercy K. Wambua LSK Secretary / Chief Executive Officer[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css_animation="none"]FORWARD FROM THE FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA
In a constitutional democracy like Kenya, the place of the law and statutes is established and needs no gainsaying. In fact in such societies the law largely reflects the political and social aspirations and experiences of its people. It is no wonder therefore that we have a well established legal system complete with a mature professional body: The Law Society of Kenya. It is the vibrancy of such bodies which complement the bench and the entire judicial system in dispensing justice timeously and effectively. Our constitution, one of the best globally, complete with an elaborate Bill of Rights, places quite some emphasis on individual rights and priviledges. From time to time there will arise the need to arm and reafirm these rights in a court of law or before an arbitration panel. It therefore becomes necessary to not only seek legal representation and advice but also to be able to make a wise and judicious decision as to who such an advocate or company of advocates would be best suited for particular circumstance and occasion. The need for such a decision means that accurate documentation is necessary. This makes the publication of LAW DIRECTORY, now in its third edition, an excellent contribution towards enabling access to justice in Kenya. I commend Blue Media Images Ltd for its tireless efforts in making it possible to have a one –stop document to access addresses, location, information and profiles of law firms in Kenya. Such initiatives, among many can only enhance our awareness of our legal landscape and its current realities. It is my hope that the reader will find it a useful tool and an important addition to their libraries both at home and in the office.
Hon Githu Muigai, E.G.H, Sc Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]]]>