Beth Michoma

About Beth

Founder & CEO


BETH MICHOMA is a Kenyan Advocate called to the Bar on the 16th of November 2012 and is a Council member of the Law Society of Kenya.

Beth is a member of the Law society of Kenya, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK, the East Africa Law society, Commonwealth Lawyers Association, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and International Association for Legislation. She has served the Law society of Kenya as a member of the Young Lawyers Committee(2014-2016), devolution committee (2014-2016), practice standards and ethics committee (2016-2018), Regulations committee(2016- present), committee on Continuing Professional Development (2018- present) and as a member of the steering committee on the Code of conduct for lawyers.

Beth enrolled at the University of London and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Laws with honours. In 2011 she joined the Kenya school of law for the professional diploma in law (Advocates training program). Beth also has certificates from the Kenya School of Government on Strategic Leadership and Senior Management, Universita Bocconi on financing and investing in infrastructure obtained in 2019 and Universiteit Leiden on international law in action: the arbitration of international disputes also obtained in 2019. Beth is currently pursuing a Master of Laws from Queen Mary University of London.

In 2012 Beth, was hired as an Associate at the firm of Nyachae & Ashitiva where she was noted as being ” a young Advocate with a bright future” She specialised in Commercial law. In 2013 Beth opened her law firm in Kisii and started practice under the name Michoma & Co Advocates. She services to our clients including safeguarding specialises in legislative drafting, Post legislative scrutiny, corporate governance, intellectual property, Admiralty law, maritime and transport law, technology law, public private partnership, investment law, Dispute resolution and Litigation and takes on Pro bono criminal cases. In addition to running her firm, She serves the County Assembly as the Deputy Director in charge of Legal, Library and Research.

Beth is an author having contributed to various legal journals such as “The Advocate” and “East Africa Law Society Journal”. She is also a speaker having presented at the Law Via the Internet conference and the Inaugural conference for Parliamentary Researchers. She also runs a blog


  • Law society of Kenya
  • East Africa law society
  • African bar association
  • Commonwealth lawyers associations
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitration
  • Institute of advanced legislative studies


  • International Association of Legislation, an organisation dedicated to legislative drafters.
  • Namati, a global legal empowerment network that works with grassroots justice practitioners
  • Law Via Internet Conference, a conference that deals with free access to the law