Brian is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a member of the Law Society of Kenya. Brian holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, a Postgraduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law, and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Multi-Disciplinary Human Rights from the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Brian has a keen interest in areas of Constitutional Law, Medical Ethics and the Law, Judicial Independence, Democracy and the Law, Photo-Journalism Law, Foreign Policy, Social Movements and Civil Society, and Socio-Economic Law.
At the firm, Brian is involved in the litigation of a number of cases. For instance, Brian was part of the legal team that litigated Rift Valley Water Services Board v Oriental Construction Co. Limited  eKLR; and Senate & 48 others v Council of County Governors & 54 others  eKLR.
Moreover, Brian has been engaged as a Part-time Lecturer teaching Trial Advocacy and Administrative Law courses at the African Nazarene University Law School. He has also worked at the United Nations Development Programme, mainly engaged in legal research and consultative forums. In addition, Brian assisted in the research on the rights-based approach to health service delivery in Bungoma County carried out by the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya. Moreover, Brian took part in the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya’s review of gender bills which affect family, matrimonial property and the protection against gender-based violence. Brian has also consulted for the United Nations Development Programme, on human rights defenders, strengthening public support on human rights and on the right to public participation in legislative forums.
Brian also has a keen interest in arbitration and in 2016 he took part in the 1st Annual Southern Africa International Arbitration Conference (SAIAC) held in Pretoria.