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The CMS offices in Nairobi are located in the Westlands area along Waiyaki Way, the new alternative business district only few kilometers away from the traditional City Center and ‘Upperhill’, the other alternative Nairobi business hub which is also a few kilometers away. Our offices are located near several international hotels, providing a convenient location for both local and overseas clients to visit.

To visit our Mombasa office, click here

Our Expertise in Nairobi

With over 20 lawyers comprising experienced as well as young professionals, the Nairobi office is skilled with the inherent ability to provide our clients with exceptional service and practical solutions that reflect a comprehensive understanding of the local legal market practice. The team’s cross-border experience coupled with the diversity of our lawyers, allow us to deliver sophisticated advice while the collaboration between practice areas ensures that we provide comprehensive solutions. 

The CMS Nairobi office is well known for its Corporate/M&A and Commercial practice. The firms’ partners include some of the most experienced in their fields of practice in Kenya and have handled many substantial, groundbreaking and noteworthy commercial transactions.

Additionally, the Nairobi office provides legal services in Banking and Finance, Competition, Consumer Products, Dispute Resolution, Employment and Pensions, Energy, Funds, Hotel and Leisure, Infrastructure and Projects, Insurance, Intellectual Property Life and Health Sciences, Private Equity, Public Procurement, Real Estate and Construction and TMC.


If you would like more information about our services, please come and visit us, reach out via our online contact form or give us a call.

T +254 (0) 20 4297000
T +254 (0) 711 064000

Key contacts

Hamish Keith
Managing Partner 
[email protected]

Ashwini Bhandari
[email protected]

Julius Wako
[email protected]

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By plane

Nairobi – Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

The airport is located 23 km from the Office. Car - the journey is approx. 48 minutes

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ABC Towers
ABC Place, Waiyaki Way, Westlands
00100 Nairobi
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