Mary is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Certified Public Secretary (CPS), a Chartered Arbitrator (MCIArb), and a Certified Professional Mediator. Mary is also a member of the Law Society of Kenya. Mary holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree from the University of Nairobi, a Postgraduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law, and a Diplôme d’études en langue Française from Alliance Française de Nairobi.
Mary specializes in dispute resolution, commercial law, family law and probate and administration. She has commendable skills in communication and interpersonal skills, analytical techniques and research.
She has an exemplary track record as she offers a full range of services in projects and infrastructure, conveyancing and real estate, for both corporations and individuals. Some of the recent mandates in which Mary has been involved in include subdivision and subsequent transfer of approximately 1700 acres of land to over 500 purchasers for one of our corporate clients. Mary has also litigated in cases such as Lenny Maxwell Kivuti v Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) & 3 others  eKLR; Joseph Kamau Musa & others v Ereri Company Limited & others  eKLR; P K M v R P M  eKLR; In re W. M. (Minor)  eKLR; In the Estate of Stephen Kagiri Kung’u, Succession Cause No. 947 of 2015; Macharia Kamochio & 3 others v Commissioner for Co-operative Development and Marketing & another  eKLR; and N.S v B.W, Childrens Cause No. 1249 of 2017.
Mary is also the to go-to person in matters of family law, especially on issues involving family relationships, such as adoption, divorce and legal separation, and child custody, among others. Mary also handles probate and administration matters such as wills, estates and trusts, offering solutions that provide individual, families and business clients with comprehensive advice tailored to their specific needs to ensure orderly succession of assets comprising the estate of a deceased person.