WHO WE ARE

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The law offices of Nzamba Kitonga Advocates LLP have been established since 1980. Founded by the managing proprietor Mr. Nzamba Kitonga S.C, the firm began as a conveyancing practice with a corporate client-base and has grown into a multi-department practice providing the full-range of legal services to public and private corporations, state institutions as well as individual clients.
The firm maintains a much vaunted compliment of associates, consultants and support staff. Mr. Kitonga’s wide-ranging experience and exemplary service to the legal profession spanning well over three decades has him ranked as Senior Counsel of the Republic of Kenya.

Our Core Values

We are transparent and accountable to our clients and keep them duly informed on the status of their cases, transactions and all matters in which we represent them.

We have leveraged on technology in order to significantly improve our client’s case management and resolution. 

We provide personalized attention to detail and work closely with our clients to determine their objectives, develop an action plan and accomplish the desired results. We aim to offer quality services that exceed expectations.

We have created a culture of warmth and do not discriminate in the offering of services to our different cadre of clients.

We strive for excellence by providing a high quality, innovative and results-oriented legal team serving as the primary resource and partner in all aspects of our client’s business growth and development.

To be professional problem solvers, our practical and innovative approach to each transaction ensures that we deliver quick, clear and concise solutions that trigger prompt redress to our client’s legal problems.

We are committed to providing professional, efficient and cost effective solutions to client’s issues with a high standard of ethical conduct and integrity. We communicate openly and act honestly fairly and consistently in all our relations.

We courageously seek justice for our clients through both legal and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.

To develop mutual trust and confidence with our clients.

OUR MISSION

Our mission statement explains our approach to client relations:

To strive for excellence by providing a high quality, innovative and results-oriented legal team serving as the primary resource and partner in all aspects of our client’s business growth and development.

To be professional problem solvers. We solve client’s problems through legal and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.

To provide personalised attention to detail and work closely with our clients to determine their objectives, develop an action plan and accomplish the desired results. We aim to offer quality services that exceed expectations.

Commitment to providing professional, efficient and cost effective solutions to clients issues with a high standard of ethical conduct and integrity. We communicate openly and act honestly fairly and consistently in all our relations.

To develop mutual trust and confidence with our clients and to promote and preserve the justice system.

FIRM PARTNERS

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MR. NZAMBA KITONGA S.C.

MANAGINGPARTNER|FOUNDER

Mr. Kitonga was admitted to the Kenyan bar in 1979. He is the managing partner and head of the firm.

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MR. ERIC. J. MUTEMI

SENIOR PARTNER|LITIGATION

An Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, he heads the litigation department with over fifteen years’ experience handling cases..

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MR. IVIA KITONGA

JUNIOR PARTNER

An Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over ten years’ experience providing pre-emptive legal support to corporate..

Mr.Okello is an experienced litigator and a regional integration law expert who routinely practices at the East African Court…

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MARY MWATHI

ASSOCIATE

Ms. Mwathi is currently on sabbatical leave pursuing doctoral studies in international environmental law.

Mr.Weche is an experienced litigator and a regional integration law expert who routinely practices at the East African Court…