HMS Advocates LLP is considered the foremost innovative and full-service Law Firm in Kenya. Our Clients navigate and transact in diverse sectors with new and evolving opportunities. Our services to our Clients extend across the globe with a major presence in over 22 countries. In a constantly changing environment, we apply a bespoke approach to resolving the legal challenges posed across industries and jurisdictions ensuring the best possible results for our clients.
Our Firm was founded in 2016 by leading independent Legal minds and industry professionals who are united by a shared vision and dedicated to acheiving excellence legal practice. We nurture a forward thinking mindset, collaboration and corporate responsibility and are committed to creating a better future for our clients and the communities around us.
We are achieving our Firm’s vision through an inclusive outlook which guarantees tailor made solutions for our valued Client’s and our team has developed expertise in the following areas:
Our Guiding Principles
Diversity and inclusion contribute to the richness of ideas and innovation. We endeavour to encourage diversity as part of the fabric of the Firm. With a focus on the personal development and growth of our Team, we work based on merit and our practice embodies a wealth of diverse cultures. Our inclusive outlook is demonstrated in our recruitment, promotion and client engagement.
HMS is committed to leading and coordinating our firm initiatives involving community development and this affords us the privilege to grant access to justice, education and opportunity to children, women and communities as a whole by partnering up with various organisations that seek to advance/enhance the lives of disadvantaged communities.
At HMS we believe that we have the responsibility and privilege of providing support to vulnerable individuals communities that do not have access to legal services. Our pro bono programme seeks to encourage our lawyers to fulfil their professional and ethical responsibility to communities who do not have access to justice.