Africa Law Partners was founded in 2019. The firm is a boutique law firm whose area of focus is corporate - commercial law. Our grounding in local law enables us to appreciate any challenges faced in the structuring, implementation and litigation of corporate transactions in East Africa while still maintaining a global outlook.
We are members of the international network of legal and commercial advisors.
We advise clients on various competition law requirements such as restrictive trade practices.
We clients in formulating and adopting various business rescue mechanisms and insolvency restructuring.
We assist prospective players in the capital markets sector in obtaining appropriate licensing from the Capital Markets Authority.
We advise clients on their day to day legal obligations and review of their contracts in multifarious fields.
We assist clients in ensuring that their governance standards are up to par with recommended corporate governance standards.
We assist clients in ensuring that their internal processes as well as contractual arrangements comply with international and local laws.
We advise clients on all their conveyancing matters as well as those intending to carry out large-scale construction projects.
Our dispute resolution team works to prevent and resolve disputes by providing clients with practical, creative legal advice.
We provide our clients with end to end support in all their M&A transactions across the Eastern African region.
Walid is a Partner at the firm and the head of the Finance and Real Estate department. Walid’s areas of practice include Real Estate and Conveyancing; Banking, Finance and Securities, Capital Markets and General Corporate and Commercial law. Walid is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a member of the Law Society of Kenya and has an LLB from Strathmore University.
Samuel has advised multinational and national companies on their acquisition of local and foreign entities as well as ensuring the most efficient and lean tax outcomes for the clients as well as advising clients in matters regarding tax disputes. Samuel has been involved in advising clients on tax disputes with the Kenya Revenue Authority,
Craig has experience in banking, finance and securities transactions, with his practice focusing on structuring, negotiating and documenting financial as well as real estate transactions. These include real estate and mortgage financing, aircraft and asset finance to mention a few. He has also advised on the legal regime concerning structured products and their operationalisation in Kenya.
Proposed amendment to the Employment Act to provide for employees’ right to disconnect in the digital age and the right of employees to have their personal-time and privacy respected.
New Employment Law to Restrict Employers from Requiring Employees to Submit Clearances Certificates Prior To Offering Employment.
On 7th December 2021, President Uhuru Kenya signed into law the Central Bank of Kenya (Amendment) Act, 2021 (the Act) that affects digital lenders. The Act provides the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) with the powers to license and oversee digital credit providers.
Africa Law Partners Swiss Cottages,
No 7 Ring Road Riverside
P.O. Box 14008-00800 Nairobi, Kenya
+254 713 743 124
+254 716 890 729
Africa Law Partners