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CMS Mombasa office has been providing high quality legal services to clients based along the Kenyan coast since 1926.

Our Mombasa office, with its picturesque views, is located in a prime location with easy access to the bustling Central Business District, the courts and the local government offices.

To visit our Nairobi office, click here

Our Expertise in Mombasa

With a largely young, dynamic and energetic team of seven lawyers who are well versed with the local market, we have become the leading provider of legal advice for corporate clients in a variety of practice areas and sectors including Real Estate, Banking & Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Commercial, Employment & Pensions, Hotels & Leisure and Tax.

The Dispute Resolution team at our Mombasa office comprises of key experts who have dealt with various complex and high-profile matters before the local courts and regularly represent clients in arbitrations and other forms of ADR.

We are also one of the few practices in Mombasa offering advice in Admiralty and Maritime matters where we represent local and foreign clients in maritime disputes, marine insurance, P&I and cargo claims and acquisition of marine vessels and securities over them.

Cognisant of the needs of our Mombasa based clients, we offer personalised legal advice which is tailored to their needs and aspirations.

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.

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By plane

Mombasa International Airport

The office is located 13 km from the Airport. By car the journey is approx. 34 minutes.

Via Mombasa Road/A109

  • From Moi International Airport, take Port Reitz Rd for 4.9 km to Mombasa Road/A109
  • In 6 km at the 5th roundabout take the third exit onto Digo road/A14
  • In 500 meters at the roundabout take the first exit onto Nkurumah Road
  • Drive for 350 meters and turn right onto Kaunda Avenue
  • Continue for 280 meters and at the roundabout take the 3rd exit and stay on Kaunda Avenue
  • Drive on for 600 meters on Kaunda Avenue then turn left and drive for 170 meters
  • Turn left onto Triton Road and drive for 11 meters
  • Turn right onto Mama Ngina Drive and drive for 900 meters.
  • See View Plaza will be on the right 

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CMS Daly Inamdar Advocates
Sea View Plaza
Sea View Plaza, Mama Ngina Drive
80100 Mombasa


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