We have the capability to offer legal services within Kenya, the East African Community & Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, we have linkages to other law firms in different parts of Africa and the world through which our clients can access the requisite assistance as far as legal service provision is concerned.
The firm’s head office is located at Lenana Towers, 8th Floor, Lenana Road, Nairobi County.
The firm has an active branch in Bungoma County which is located at Beadon House, 1st Floor, Moi Avenue.
At Wekesa & Simiyu Advocates we are well-known for our preparedness, out-of-the-box thinking, creativity and exceptional trial skills. These qualities have earned us a national reputation for handling complex, high-stakes litigation and commercial transactions to desired outcomes.
The Wekesa & Simiyu team of lawyers delve into the minutest details of each case, transaction to craft strategies tailored for each client based on rigorous factual and legal analysis.
The Wekesa & Simiyu lawyers know that cases are won and lost in the details and dexterity of supply interpretation. We take the time to fully understand the details of each case and analyze the facts based on thorough knowledge of the law. From this foundation, the lawyers consistently deliver persuasive arguments to magistrates, judges, and arbitrators and create first-rate commercial texts in transactions.
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The Constitution of Kenya 2010 is the bedrock that powers the Nation of Kenya with a population of 47.5 Million as per the 2019 national census and growing at 2.28% per annum
Beneath the Constitution, there are hundreds of Acts of Parliament as at 2021, with a massive output at the National level and myriads of Subsidiary Legislations in Regulations, Rules.
Each of the 47 Constitutional Counties of the Republic of Kenya has the power to pass local county legislation in furtherance of the functions assigned to them.
The Judiciary is Constitutionally constructed from the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court, and Courts of equal status, subordinate courts mandated to interpret and apply the Constitution and Laws of the Republic.
The Legal Profession in Kenya is statutorily embedded and provides the bulwark for the rule of law as it intermediates in all spheres of protection, enforcement, realization, enjoyment of the Constitutional, Statutory and common law rights, obligations.
We bring to each client a combination of deep industry knowledge and expert perspectives from other sectors on the challenges at stake, to offer our clients fresh perspectives and breakthrough business insights.
Corporate and commercial
Corporate and commercial
Real Estate & Litigation
Litigation & general practice
Breakthrough business insights.
Wekesa & Simiyu is a team of passionate advocates who are excited about helping people to solve their legal problems and contributing to the law industry in general.
The firm has a strong tradition of cultivating, nurturing the continuous training of its professionals so that they keep abreast of local and international best practice and standards.