Kenya is the largest and most advanced economy in East and Central Africa. With its strategic geographic location, well established infrastructure and strong entrepreneurial and innovative spirit, it has fast become the key financial, communication and transport hub in the East African region. A relatively stable political and macroeconomic environment and a burgeoning urban middle class are continuing to attract both local and international investment into Kenya.
CMS Daly Inamdar Advocates (CMS DI) is the merged firm of Daly & Figgis, Advocates and Inamdar & Inamdar, Advocates, two of the oldest legal practices in Kenya, who have provided a comprehensive range of professional legal services to clients in Kenya and abroad.
Over 120 year experience
Our lawyers are among the most experienced in their areas of practice in Kenya for over 120 years and have handled many complex, ground breaking and noteworthy commercial transactions and contentious civil matters for local and foreign clients. Several of our lawyers are also qualified as English Solicitors and Barristers, New York Attorneys, Arbitrators and Mediators.
Over the years, we have been highly ranked by various international legal directories including The Legal 500: Europe, Middle East and Africa, the IFLR 1000 and Chambers and Partners
Nairobi and Mombasa offices
With over 35 advocates operating out of offices in the two largest cities in Kenya, Nairobi and Mombasa, we pride ourselves in providing efficient, sound and practical legal services, expeditiously and cost effectively. We believe in having a deep understanding of our client’s business and the sectors in which they operate so that we can give advice tailored to their needs and aspirations.
We also keep abreast of developments locally and around the world and offer legal services in many emerging areas of law including, financial technology, cyber security law, health-care law, consumer protection, data protection and economic crimes.
CMS Kenya is one of the few firms on the Kenyan legal services scene that can offer well-rounded advice both, specific to Kenya and across multiple jurisdictions around the world.
Whether you are a Kenyan-owned company, a multinational corporation, an individual with interests in or prospecting in East Africa or have any questions about opportunities and legal issues in Kenya, you can get in touch with us via our contact on the page.