David Onsare is a respected Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, renowned for his extensive expertise and qualifications in various legal disciplines including Litigation, Arbitration, Corporate and Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, and Criminal Litigation. With a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree with Honours from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a Post Graduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law, he has built a reputation as a legal expert of the highest calibre.
As a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, David Onsare is a highly skilled and experienced Arbitrator. He has extensive knowledge of the Arbitration process and has successfully handled disputes across various industries and sectors. His expertise in arbitration is complemented by his proficiency in Litigation, Corporate and Commercial Law, Employment Law, Construction, and Intellectual Property Law.
David is also a capable courtroom lawyer with a remarkable history of appearances in high profile matters at the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, the High Court, Employment and Labour Relations Court, Environment and Land Court and specialized dispute resolution tribunals. As the Partner in-charge of the Dispute Resolution Department, he has a keen interest in Litigation, Arbitration, and Corporate and Commercial Law, and Intellectual Property Law.
David is widely recognized for his exceptional leadership skills, which have seen him manage and mentor a team of skilled lawyers. He is a natural communicator with a collaborative approach to problem-solving, which has earned him the respect and admiration of his peers and clients.
David’s legal expertise, coupled with his remarkable leadership skills, make him a cut above the rest. He is committed to providing our clients with the highest standard of legal services and is always available to answer their questions and concerns.
– Law Society of Kenya
– East African Law Society
– Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – Kenya (FCIArb)
– Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – London (FCIArb)