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Kelvin O. Mbogo

Kelvin O. Mbogo


+254 707 237 708

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Kelvin has extensive experience in the resolution of disputes arising out of a myriad of areas including procurement, environment and land, employment and labour law, family law matters including succession and probate, divorce and child maintenance matters, constitutional law matters & judicial review, intellectual property law and arbitration on commercial disputes. He is also a Legal Auditor.

While he has exemplarily handled matters before the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court, Subordinate Courts and various Boards and Tribunals, and dedicates significant amount of time to attending to the Client’s needs, Kelvin enjoys sports majorly football and is an avid reader of literature.

Practice areas


Mining, Natural Resources, Oil & Gas Law

Judge Writing

Civil Litigation

People Working in Open Office

Employment &Labor Law

Construction Site

Public Procurement Law

Sustainable Energy

Energy Law

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Competition Law

Teacher Helping Student

Legal Advisory

Market Analysis

Capital Markets Law

Law Books

Constitutional Law & Judicial Review


Legal Due Diligence

Matters Handled

  • Represented a State Corporation in the National Environmental Tribunal wherein the Appellant challenged the revocation of a Special Use License for the collection of wind energy and subsequent generation of electricity by the said State Corporation, which project was valued at USD 700,000,000;

  • Represented a State Corporation in a claim for breach of contract where the value of the claim was a sum of about USD 140,000,000;

  • Conducted due diligence and legal audit for a bank engaged in a merger transaction;

  • Successfully represented a Bank in proceedings seeking to stop the Bank from exercising its statutory power of sale arising out of an unregistered Charge and the outstanding loan amount was about USD 10,000,000;

  • Successfully led a team that defended a State Corporation in an employment claim where the Claimant was seeking compensation for alleged unfair termination;

  • Successfully defended a State Corporation in review proceedings challenging it procurement process in a tender worth USD 40,000,000;

  • Successfully defended a State Corporation in review proceedings challenging a procurement process in a tender worth USD 7,000,000;

  • Successfully represented a County Government in the Republic of Kenya in a Petition where a housing project worth USD 90,000,000 was being challenged and;

  • Successfully represented a State Corporation where the appointment of a Director General had been challenged.

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