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We are true to ourselves, and commit to always perform at our best.

We believe that we are outstanding. Not because we say it, but because we work hard at it. We are dedicated, committed and focused. We believe that every person will reach their personal best and overcome any challenge through a shared culture and ethos.

Civil Litigation

The main stages in civil proceedings in Kenya are: demand letter; filing of pleadings; pre-trial conference; trial; judgment; issuance of decree; and enforcement of decree.

Criminal Litigation

A criminal case usually starts with a complaint at the police station, followed by an arrest. The arrested person is then charged with an offense.


Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute.


Let Our Experience
be Your Guide

A business is not defined by its name, statutes or articles of incorporation. It is defined by the business mission. The mission statement. describes the Firm’s reason for existence. The agreed Mission for Kilonzo & Company Advocates is To provide quality services that meet the needs all our Clients.

The vision statement answers the Question “what do we want to become?“ The vision statement must depict a bright future and hope of the Clients. The agreed Vision for Kilonzo & Company Advocates is To assist our clients in achieving their objectives as smoothly and efficiently as possible whilst minimizing the legal and regulatory risks.

Our aim is to assist our clients in achieving their objectives as smoothly and efficiently as possible whilst minimizing the legal and regulatory risks, both within Kenya and further afield around Africa. Whilst first-class technical advice is always important, the ability to deliver that advice in a coherent and relevant way, combined with excellent transaction management and presentation skills is essential to the supply of high-quality legal services.

Practice Areas

These are our practice areas.

  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Commercial Law
  • Conveyancing
  • Debt Collection
  • Electoral Litigation
  • Capital Market Regulations

Our Partners & Associates.

HE Mutula Kilonzo Junior, CBS

Managing Partner.

Kethi D. Kilonzo

Managing Partner.

Denis Ndolo Kieti

Partner & Advocate.

Bonface Munyendo Mapesa


Laureen N Magotsi


Latest News

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Facebook sued for $1.6 billion in Kenya for human rights violations.

Facebook, the social media giant owned by Meta, has been sued in Kenya for $1.6 billion for human rights violations. The landmark legal suit has been filed in Kenya’s High Court by Amnesty International, Global Witness, Article 19, Kenya Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Integration and Cohesion NCIC), and the Law Society of Kenya (LSK). The legal action claims that Meta promoted speech that led to ethnic violence and killings in Ethiopia. This was through the utilization of an algorithm that prioritized and recommended hateful and violent content on Facebook. The petitioners seek to stop Facebook’s algorithms from recommending such content to Facebook users and compel Meta to create a Ksh. 200 billion ($1.6 billion USD) victims’ fund.

Makena Ndung'u
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Ruto reintroducing BBI - LSK boss claims, vows to oppose.

Theuri said the President wants to change the Constitution even before he settles down to work. Ruto was opposed to the BBI, a process that appeared tailor-made to attract a political alliance that could prevent him, then Deputy President, from ascending to power. Law Society of Kenya President Eric Theuri has accused President William Ruto of re-introducing the Building Bridges Initiative, a constitutional amendment process the Supreme Court declared illegal.

Allan Kisia
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Why do law firms merge?

Most law firms are always looking to expand their practice, often through obtaining more clients who need their services. There are many different ways that a law firm can go about this, and one of the most common ways is through a merger. A merger will bring two separate law firms together, combining their clients and cases and their lawyers, support staff, and other administrative personnel.