David graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa in the year 2012 and a Post graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law. He was admitted to the roll of advocates in the year 2014. His areas of practice are Civil and Commercial Litigation within the Litigation and Arbitration department.
David joined Mohammed Muigai as a legal intern in the year 2012 and subsequently undertook his pupilage at the firm until his admission to the Bar in the year 2014.
Law Society of Kenya
Admitted as an advocate of the High Court of Kenya (2014)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
• Employment Law.
• Civil and Commercial Law
• The Law of Defamation.
• Constitutional Law and Judicial Review.
SUMMARY OF TOP MATTERS HANDLED
• Successfully represented an Oversight Authority in a Judicial Review matter involving it’s the licensing function.
• Successfully represented a reputable Bank situated in Kenya in a Judicial Review application concerned with the powers of The Retirement Benefits Appeals Tribunal, whether they could re-hear an appeal they had determined.
• Successfully handled a Judicial Review Application against The Business Premises Rent Tribunal where it was held that the tribunal could not act against a clear provision of its parent act.
• Successfully represented a petroleum company in a claim for breach of contract which had been raised by one of its dealers.
• Represented an Embassy in a criminal matter where several citizens had been arrested on suspicion of committing cybercrimes in the Country.
• Successfully represented a petroleum company whose title to a property was being challenged by a County Government in the Republic of Kenya.
• Successful defended an election petition concerning the nomination of officials into a County Assembly in the Republic of Kenya.
• Successfully represented a public university whose internal disciplinary procedure was being challenged in the Judicial Review Division of the High Court.
• Contributed in the publication of “Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2016 – Comparing Regulatory Good Practices.’’