Joy undertook her undergraduate studies at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa where she obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree in 2015. She interned briefly at Mohammed Muigai Advocates before joining the Kenya School of Law for the Advocates Training Program in 2016. She undertook her Pupillage at Daly & Inamdar Advocates in January 2017 and was admitted to the Kenyan Bar in December 2017.
Areas of Practice
Joy specializes in commercial and civil litigation and represents clients at the various courts and quasi-judicial tribunals.
- Member of the Law Society of Kenya
- Member of the East Africa Law Society
Indicative Work Experience
- Assisting in the representation of a corporate client in a suit against a landlord for unlawful eviction occasioning loss and damage to property worth millions as well as loss of the client’s goodwill.
- Assisting in advising an international client on the procedure for enforcing a judgement received in a foreign jurisdiction against a local company.
- Assisting in the successful representation of a corporate client in a suit for alleged breach of guarantee worth millions. The court found that the suit lacked merit and dismissed it with costs being awarded to the client.
- Assisting in training various corporate clients on various aspects relating to employment, including: conducting disciplinary hearings, employee appraisals, procurement, termination of employee’s contracts of employment and the various leave
- Assisting in representing various corporate clients in suits ion the Employment and Labour Relations court for alleged unfair termination.
- Assisting in representing client’s in other alternative dispute resolution for a like mediation, negotiation and arbitration.