Julie is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Department. She has experience representing clients in the Magistrates’ Courts, High Court, Employment and Labour Relations Court, Environment and Land Court, Court of Appeal, international and local arbitral tribunals, and statutory tribunals. Julie’s experience includes asset tracing, corporate insolvencies, debt recovery, employment environment and land, financial services, intellectual property, and landlord and tenant claims.
Julie writes and trains on various legal topics including corporate restructuring and management of debt. Her clients are in agriculture, hospitality, infrastructure, manufacturing, telecommunications sectors. She advises both corporate and private clients.
- Successfully representing a state corporation in a landlord tenant dispute against
84 tenants seeking to restrain the landlord from exercising contractual rights.
- Extensive experience in insolvency proceedings acting for creditors and working
with administrators, directors and liquidators in formulating arrangements in the
recovery of the distressed entities including listed companies in retail and in the
dairy and horticulture sectors.
- Experience in advising and litigating in employment claims against and by senior
executives and managing trade unions in the agriculture, aviation, logistics and
retail. Representing investors and private equity firms in corporate governance and
shareholder disputes at different forums including London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
- Advising and litigating in intellectual property claims in ICT, retail, telecommunication
Education & Memberships
Julie holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Nairobi and a Postgraduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law. Julie is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in International Financial and Regulation Law at Strathmore University.
Julie is a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the East Africa Law Society.