Harriet Njoki Mboce Bio .pdf
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Vying for the position of General Member Representative in the upcoming Law Society of Kenya elections to be
held on 22nd February, 2018.
There are 2(two) slots for this position. She is humbly seeking one of your two votes.
#AReveredLSK on the pillars of Professionalism, Efficiency and Bread and Butter issues affecting lawyers.
> Founder and partner of Njoki Mboce & Company Advocates. Areas of practice are litigation, conveyancing and
> Researcher and consultant on maritime security and alternative dispute resolution.
> PhD candidate at the University of Nairobi where she lectures.
> Certified civil and commercial mediator by the ADRg Group and qualified for Associate membership with the
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Kenya).
Pro-bono Legal Services:
Pro bono trial advocacy trainer with Justice Advocacy Africa and has served in trainings in Mombasa, Kisumu,
Nairobi, Uganda and Botswana. (See http://www.justiceadvocacyafrica.com/ ).
> Humble beginnings in different capacities in legal service for10 years as a legal secretary, Court clerk, an intern,
a pupil, legal research assistant, a trainee lawyer and an associate.
> Admitted to the bar in March, 2015 while working with Anjarwalla & Khanna Advocates.
> Opened a Law firm in 2016.
Rule of law, Economic development and Investment Arbitration under Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITS).(2016)
4(1) Alternative Dispute Resolution (ISBN 978-9966-046-09-3), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators –Kenya Journal.
Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards: Public Policy Limitation. (2015) 3(1) Alternative Dispute Resolution
(ISBN 978-9966-046-04-8), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators –Kenya Journal.
Kenya: From Sea-blind to ‘Sea-vision’- Maritime Security Sector Reform in Kenya (draft under review, co-authored
with Dr. Robert Mccabe under the SAFESEAS project.
Trust Harriet Njoki Mboce with your vote, She will nurture it. She will safeguard and seek to
enhance your bread and butter. She will serve you.
Determination, humility and consistency have been her grease!
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