Lawyers can be very expensive. They are trained professionals with in-demand skills that make them able to charge increasingly high fees for their time, knowledge, and services. But, some lawyers are willing to offer at least a portion of their time to help the less fortunate. So, where can you get Pro bono legal representation/advice in Kenya?
The CLEAR project is registered as a Trust within the Republic of Kenya. The Kenya Christian Lawyers Fellowship began the legal aid project in 1999 in Mombasa.
Their pro bono legal services focus on charitable, religious, civic, community, non-profit and educational matters affecting members with limited resources.
Munyao-Kayugira & Co. Advocates is a Kenya Law firm specialized in advising and guiding international as well as national clients on compliance with the Public Benefit Organizations Act, 2013 (for non-profit organizations), companies law, immigration/work permit, employment laws & property.
Through its alliance with DLA Piper, a global law firm, and DLA Piper Africa, a regional alliance across Africa, IKM is in a unique position to act on local, regional and international legal matters.
Pro bono services are worth looking into if you’re struggling financially.
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