Our firm has a vibrant constitutional law practice at the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. We represent clients on a broad range of constitutional issues and our expertise in constitutional law is second to none.
Our team of Constitutional lawyers are well equipped to render optimal legal advise to help our clients litigate and assert their constitutional rights against any public body for any violation of rights enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya. In the past, our firm has represented clients on legal issues that threaten to violate their most basic fundamental constitutional rights and has a good track record of winning our cases in court. Our firm is well known for its bold and innovative approach to matters and application of strategic legal arguments in pleading our clients’ cases.
Some of the high-profile cases our firm has engaged in the recent past is the case on the recommendation by the former Chief Justice D.K. Maraga to have Parliament dissolved on the basis of its failure to attain the “Two-Thirds Gender Rule”. Our firm presented the Parliament of Kenya, comprising both the National Assembly and Senate in Petition No. E300 0f 2020; Speaker National Assembly and Another Vs Chief Justice Of Kenya And Another in litigating the complex Constitutional provisions surrounding the Two-Thirds Gender Rule. This required a deep analysis of the Constitution of Kenya, International treaties that Kenya is party to and conduct a Comparative Analysis of the Rules of Constitutional Interpretation. The matter is pending before the Court of Appeal.
The firm is presently representing shareholders of Chase Bank Kenya Limited (in Liquidation) in litigating their rights under Article 35 of the Constitution of Kenya on the Right to Information. This Petition seeks pertinent information be disclosed to the shareholders regarding the sale of a carved-out portion of the Bank to SBM Kenya by the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation in 2018. This Petition will revolutionize the Banking Sector and shed light on the extent of non-disclosure of certain transactions by KDIC and Central Bank of Kenya under the Banking Act.