Kenvine has a keen interest in Comparative Constitutional and Human Rights Law, Judicial Review, Intellectual Property Law, and Commercial Litigation
Kenvine Odhiambo Ouma graduated from the University of Nairobi on 3rd December, 2010 with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree, Second Class (Upper Division). Thereafter, he attended the Kenya School of Law for a Post-Graduate Diploma in Law.
Kenvine joined the firm of TripleOKLaw LLP Advocates as a pupil in January, 2012 and undertook his articles of Pupilage with the firm where he received extensive training in all areas of law particularly commercial, corporate, conveyancing, constitutional and human rights, employment, and litigation related to the same.
He was admitted to the Roll of Advocates of the High Court of Kenya on the 12th of November 2012. He is presently attached to the Litigation department of the firm as an Assisting Counsel to Mr. James Ochieng’ Oduol.
Advocate, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public
LL.B (Hons.), Nbi. Diploma in Law (KSL), Advocate
Law Society of Kenya
Case Watch: CBK Wins High Court Case on Demonetization of Old 1000 Ksh Notes
"But it is from a sense of individual duty that we connect the greater good and the interests of the community" ~ Tony Blair
The demonetization campaign by the Central Bank of Kenya, though a big conversation in the last four months, is set to be a big step in the fight against corruption as well as an attempt to give the economy a much-needed jolt in the arm. The Petitions No. 210 and 214 of 2019 Simon Mbugua & another Vs CBK and 2 others set a standard on the responsibilities that the Central Bank has to undertake in keeping to its mandate of maintaining a productive monetary policy. Click on the link below for the judgement outlining the issues raised in the petition and the High Court's decision thereof.