Prisca Wambua is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, and the law firm's Managing Partner. She holds a Masters degree (LL.M) in International Economic Law (Warwick University, UK), an MBA in Finance (University of Central England, UK), a post graduate diploma in International Legal Practice(College of Law of England & Wales, UK) and a postgraduate diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law).
Prisca has over eight years' experience working and consulting for various organizations globally and as a legal practitioner. She has worked for Barclays Plc, a global provider of banking and financial services, in the United Kingdom and for XBRL Group, a Kenyan based organization specializing in project finance, venture capital and debt purchase services within the East African region. Prisca has consulted for Coventry Refugee Center, a UK based charitable organization on Human and Humanitarian Rights Law and for Frontier Advisory Services, a Kenyan based firm offering debt purchase and project finance consultancy services.
Prisca has researched, and written articles, on various contemporary legal issues including; taxation of e-commerce, Corporate governance, Capital adequacy and the collapse of banks in Kenya, implementation of Vision 2030.
Prisca's areas of practice include commercial law, corporate finance, International business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, International tax law with emphasis on taxation of e-commerce and transfer pricing, international trade and investments law, banking and securities law, conveyancing law and practice. She is a member of the Law Society of Kenya, East Africa Law Society and the International Bar Association.
Antony Maseno is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya .He holds a Bachelors of Laws degree (University of Nairobi) and a post-graduate diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law). He has more than six years experience in legal practice and has advised multinationals operating in sub-saharan Africa on legal and regulatory compliance, licensing and setting up of operations as well as conflict of laws issues.
Antony has also reviewed and critiqued several business specific legislation for various sub Saharan Africa countries, including Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi and engaged financial services sector regulators thereon.
His areas of practice include commercial law , banking and securities law, consumer
protection law, legal audit and compliance, conveyancing law and practice, commercial
conflict of laws, international business transactions, mergers and acquisitions.
Antony is a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the East Africa Law Society.
Antony is currently pursuing master of Laws (LL.M) program in Commercial Law at Cape Town University, South Africa.
Caroline Nderitu is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She holds a Bachelors of Laws degree(KIU, Uganda) and a post-graduate diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law) and has over six years experience in legal practice, covering diverse fields of law.
Caroline enjoys litigation with specific emphasis on commercial law, banking law, insurance law, probate and administration, children and women protection, land law, consumer protection and human rights law. She handles matters, both contentious and non-contentious, in the superior and lower courts.
Caroline is a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the East Africa Law Society.
Evans Lagat is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. He holds a Bachelors degree in Law(University of Nairobi) and a post-graduate diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law). He is an LLM (International Trade and Investments Law) candidate at the University of Nairobi. Evans is a CPS (K), CPA (K) and a MCIArb.
Evans has held senior management positions in the corporate world. Currently he is the Company Secretary and Legal Advisor of Sovereign Group a leading investments holding company with interests locally, regionally and internationally in Transport & Logistics, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Banking, Telecommunications and Real Estate sectors. He also sits on the Boards of various companies.
Evans has experience in commercial law and practice, intellectual property law, company secretarial work, commercial conflict of laws, international trade and investments law, mergers and acquisitions. He had advised on various local and cross border business transactions with specific emphasis on taxation, transfer pricing, licensing, conflict of laws and project financing.
Evans is a member of the Law Society of Kenya, Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Kenya Chapter) and the Machakos Golf Club.
Professor Botchway holds a Bachelors of Laws (LLB) (Ghana), Masters degree in Law (LLM) (Dalhousie, Canada), Masters degree in Law(LLM) (Harvard) and a Doctorate degree in Law (PhD)(Manchester). He has had a distinguished career as a legal scholar and consultant spanning more than fifteen years. Professor Botchway has held various teaching positions at various universities globally, including; Lecturer at the University of Warwick Law School, UK (2000-2006), Reader at the University of Hull Law School, UK (2006-2010), Adjunct Professor at University of Leuven, Belgium(2004-2010), and Visiting Professor at Puerto Rico Law School (1997 & 2000). Professor Botchway is currently Associate Dean (Research) at the University of Qatar. He has also been a consultant for various organizations globally including; Conservation International, Washington DC, Ince & Co, London, Crowell Morring, Washington DC.
Professor Botchway is a distinguished expert in Natural Resource Investment, the Law of Negotiations, International Economic Law, International Trade and Investments Law. Some of his publications include; Documents in International Economic Law (Routledge, 2006), Can the Law Compel Business Parties to Negotiate? (Journal of World Energy Law and Business, 2010), Not Ready for Change? The English Courts and Pre-contractual Negotiations (With Kartina Choong) (The International Lawyer, 2011), Natural Resource Investment and Africa's Development (eds), (Edward Elgar, 2011), The Diminishing Acts of the State: Or Is It? (The Journal of World Investment & Trade, 2012). Forums for International Economic Adjudication: Threads in Fragments (Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2012), and Defences in International Investment Law 1. (OUP, forthcoming).
Professor Yadon Kohi holds Bachelors (LLB) and Masters (LLM) degrees in Law (OUT, Tanzania), Bachelors degree in Medicine(MB ChB) (Makerere) and a Masters degree in Medicine(University of Glasgow, Scotland).
He was the first neurosurgeon in Tanzania. Professor Kohi has had a distinguished career in public service spanning more than thirty years. He served in the Tanzania Peoples Defence Forces rising to the rank of Major General. He has also served as the Director General of the Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), a State Corporation created to further and promote scientific research and development. He is the vice president of the Africa Malaria Network Trust and has held teaching positions at the Open University of Tanzania.
Professor Kohi is a member of the Tanzania Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow.Professor Kohi is a distinguished expert in the fields of Medical law, Medical malpractice and negligence.
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