Kenyan-Canadian attorney Miguna Miguna has established a new law firm with operations in five countries in North America and the Caribbean.
Miguna, through Twitter, said he co-founded the firm with Canadian-Jamaican lawyer Courtney Kazembe, a long-time friend he met at college in 1990.
The law firm named KMM Lawyers will have full-time offices in Canada and Jamaica as well as teams authorized to practice in the US (New York), Barbados, and Trinidad & Tobago.
“Courtney Kazembe and I first met at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in 1990. 30 years on, we have founded KMM LAWYERS (formerly Kazembe & Associates PC) with offices in Toronto and Jamaica and a team of lawyers called to the Bar in New York, Ontario, Jamaica, Barbados, and Trinidad & Tobago. Thank you,” Miguna wrote on Twitter.
Prior to moving back to Kenya in 2007, Miguna worked as a barrister in Canada with a focus on civil rights and immigration. He is also an advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
Miguna holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics and Philosophy from the University of Toronto as well as a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Law from Osgoode School of Law at York University. He was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1995.