Joy Kubai Shigoli
Joy is an advocate of the high court of Kenya with over ten (12) years managerial experience in different capacities in the private sector. She is skilled in human resource, legal and strategic management in maritime and logistics and is qualified in team leadership, corporate governance and organizational development.
She holds an LLM in Maritime Law (London Metropolitan University UK), a Higher Diploma in Maritime Studies (London Metropolitan University UK), MBA Strategic Management (University of Nairobi), a Bachelor of laws (Moi University), a Postgraduate Diploma in Law (Kenya School of Law), and is a Certified Professional Mediator accredited by the judiciary.
Joy’s key competencies are in human resource policy formulation and restructuring, corporate regulation and governance and maritime contracts development and implementation. She is very passionate about amicable management of conflicts across the corporate sector.
Muthoni is a Lawyer with over 30 years of experience in the fields of Commercial and Maritime Law. She holds a Master of Laws degree in International Maritime Law from the IMO-International Maritime Law in Malta and a Bachelors in Law degree from the University of Nairobi. She has a Post Graduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law and is a Certified Professional Mediator.
Previously Muthoni was the Head of Legal Services and Secretary to the Board of Directors at Kenya Ports Authority. She has extensive experience and knowledge in the maritime sector having represented the government in several meetings at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), the United Nations (UN) and also represented KPA in several maritime arbitration and mediation matters. She has also participated and served in several IAPH forums.
Muthoni’s other core competences include drawing, negotiating and monitoring complex commercial and technical Contracts (construction and manufacturing), Public Procurement, structuring Public Private Partnerships Projects, Legislative drafting and lobbying, Stakeholder Management, drawing Strategic and Business Plans, Policy Development and implementation. She is also an expert in administration of Pension Schemes.
Joy Kubai Namachi
Joy is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over 10 years’ experience as a legal practitioner in Kenya with experience in Commercial Law, Conveyancing and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She is also a Certified Mediator accredited by the Judiciary of Kenya.
She holds an LLM in International Dispute Resolution specific to international foreign investment from the University of London, MBA-Strategic Management (Jomo Kenyatta University), a Bachelor of Laws Degree (Moi University), a Postgraduate Diploma in Law [Kenya School of Law], and an Advanced Certificate in Mediation and Arbitration from the International Law Institute [ILI-ACLE].
Joy specializes in advisory and representation of clients in international and domestic mediation and arbitration, negotiation of contracts/treaties, advisory on regulatory, dispute resolution, governance and other related issues that arise in foreign & domestic investment projects, across industries, states and jurisdictions.
Mr. Khanna is a senior consultant with Anjarwalla & Khanna. His practice focuses mainly on civil and commercial litigation, admiralty and maritime law, appellate practice, commissions of inquiry and alternative dispute resolution. He has been a member of a task force appointed by the Attorney General to review all maritime laws in Kenya.
Ushwin obtained his LLB from the University of Nairobi and a postgraduate diploma from the Kenya School of Law. He is a member of the law society of Kenya and International Bar Association (IBA). He has been recognized by Chambers Global 2016 as a practitioner of notable repute and won an award in the category of litigation and dispute resolution-Kenya by Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2015. Best Lawyers International 2014 also voted him one of the best litigation and maritime lawyers in Kenya.
Dr. Sarah Kinyanjui
Dr. Sarah Kinyanjui is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Nairobi, School of Law and is currently serving as the Director, Mombasa Campus. She also teaches a postgraduate course on Women and the Criminal Justice at the Southern and Eastern African Regional Centre for Women’s Law in Zimbabwe.
She is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya, an accredited assistant counsel at the International Criminal Court and a certified professional mediator. She holds a PhD in Law from the University of Leicester in UK and a Master in Laws in Development (LL.M with Distinction) from the University of Warwick in UK and a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B Honours) from the University of Nairobi, Kenya.
Kinyanjui has research interests in mediation, arbitration criminal justice, restorative justice, human rights, international criminal law, gender and transitional justice.
Farida K. Jadi
Ms. Jadi is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya admitted to the bar in the year 2010. She practices Family Law, Land Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional and Human Rights Law and is the Managing Partner at Madzayo Mrima and Company Advocates. She is also a certified and accredited Mediator with the Judiciary in Kenya and a member of the Mediation Training Institute and the Law Society of Kenya
She has served as a Board Member of the Kwale Water and Sewerage Company limited.