WKA Advocates is a medium-sized law firm located in Nairobi Kenya. The firm comprises of highly qualified Lawyers.
We offer high-quality legal services and solutions to clients. Our vision is to establish regional networks in Kenya offering high quality legal services in order to match our clients’ business footprints and ambitions.
We always seek to completely understand our client’s specific legal needs and provide excellence in the services. we offer focused on performance and customized to the reality of our clients; always ensuring that we provide clear, straight forward and pragmatic advice.
Our Managing Partner was the first lawyer to file a Public Complaint with the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) in regards to a potential online data breach.
We have represented various companies and individuals in immigration. We provide specialist advice in the field of immigration law including visas, and temporary residence in all categories.
Our corporate and commercial law department provides our clients with detailed and up to date advice on both local and international law and practice.
We have a robust clientele in the Diaspora that we assist locate properties, invest, conduct proper due diligence. We assist Clients purchase and sell property, from the negotiation of the letter of offer till keys are handed over at completion.
We handle diverse commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters, specializing in debt recovery, security enforcement, regulatory compliance, employment, public procurement, intellectual property, election petitions and constitutional petitions.
Building on the unique advantage that the firm enjoys as one of the few firms with an elaborate offering in the area, the team continues to add to the firm’s market leadership status.
IN HONOUR of the President’s pledge to accelerate Kenya’s attainment of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) the Cabinet considered and approvedRead More
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