Sharleen openly admits to having a soft spot for people with legal issues that need to be solved – empathy maketh a good lawyer. She works at the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department where she uses her meticulous drafting skills to best express her client’s needs. Sharleen has qualified negotiation skills in complex disputes which she uses to obtain the best outcomes for her clients.
Sharleen’s open-mindedness stands her in good stead in her practice of the law and she is adept in several practice areas including: Civil and Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, Land Law, Banking and Finance Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She has a deep and fiery passion for tax law and regularly acts for clients in this complex area of the law.
The dynamic nature of the law is what appeals to this go-getter who believes that there is always a solution to a client’s issues. Client satisfaction is the heart of Sharleen’s practice and she feels deep fulfillment when she garners an agreeable outcome for her clients. The expressive advocate is an extrovert who loves to attend concerts and hopes to attend a David Guetta concert live just as soon as the Pandemic is over.
Part of the team that represented a leading State Corporation in the National Environmental Tribunal wherein the Appellant challenged the revocation of a Special Use License. The License was for a project worth USD 70,000,000,000 for the collection of wind for wind energy;
Part of the team that successfully defended a local Bank in a debt recovery suit wherein the Plaintiff sought to stop the Bank from exercising its statutory power of sale over a security worth USD 1,500,000;
Part of the team that represented a major state corporation in the Kenya Nuclear and Energy Board field wherein the Claimant challenged an alleged unlawful termination from employment by the Respondent. The team successfully concluded the matter through a consent agreement; and;
Part of the team that successfully defended a local Bank in a debt recovery suit where the Plaintiff sought to stop the Bank from exercising its statutory power of sale over a security worth USD 1,800,000