Clay was admitted to the Kenyan Bar in 2018, after obtaining an Honours Degree in Law and being top of his class at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
Since then, he has obtained further qualifications in Capital Markets and Corporate Finance from the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments.
Clay Odari has experience in both the public and private sectors. He has worked on various issues ranging from complex litigation and commercial transactions to legal advisory as well as moving the legislative agenda in Kenya forward.
In particular, Clay Odari has had the opportunity to work with Kenya’s securities industry regulator the Capital Markets Authority, Kenya’s insurance industry regulator the Insurance Regulatory Authority, and a host of law firms within Nairobi.
Clay Odari is a newspaper contributor having written articles for the Business Daily newspaper in Kenya.
Clay Odari handles and heads the firm’s Dispute Resolutions, Commercial and Intellectual Property practice and more specifically the following practice areas and industries:
Life Sciences & Healthcare
Business Restructuring & Re-organisation
Social Enterprise & Impact Investing
Aviation Regulatory Compliance