Gad Ouma is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree with distinction from Moi University. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law and three distinguished academic awards from the School. He is a seasoned commercial and corporate lawyer who has represented various multi-national clients including banks and other corporate bodies, state corporations, government ministries, county governments, county assemblies, pension schemes and other private institutions in complex high net worth matters. Additionally, he is a certified Legal Auditor, Data Governance expert, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public
Prior to establishing G.M. Gamma Advocates LLP, Gad was a Partner at Robson Harris and Company Advocates where he was in charge of the Dispute Resolution Department. Gad has a preference for Commercial and commercial law, Energy law, Maritime Law, Procurement Law, Finance and Investment, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. His other areas of practice include Constitutional and Administrative law, Corporate law, Employment & Labour laws and Taxation law.
Gad Ouma is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree with distinction from Moi University.
He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law and three distinguished academic awards from the School.
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