Mrs. Irene Kashindi is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya with over 10 years’ experience as a legal practitioner. Irene is a Director at TCA. She was previously a partner in Hamilton Harrison & Mathews.
Irene has significant and distinguished experience in employment and labour relations matters. She was top-ranked by the reputable, Chambers and Partners global guide in 2017 and 2018 in this practice area where she is described as " One of the most prominent employment lawyers in Kenya”, "excellent," "She is informed, professional and proactive", “ a formidable employment lawyer with significant contentious and non-contentious mandates” and that “She is particularly in demand in employment litigation.” She was also recognised by Legal 500 in 2018 global guide which notes her as recommended for employment disputes.
She has also been involved in notable and important litigation in the country and is the recipient of International Law Office Client Choice Awards 2018 for Litigation. She has represented a wide range of clients in all courts in the Kenyan legal system including the Supreme Court. She regularly appears before various statutory tribunals and particularly the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board and has been involved in disputes relating to tenders for some of the largest tenders in the country including various projects in the energy sector, the standard gauge railway, the laptop project and the Lamu Coal power plant project among others.
Irene also has considerable experience in tax matters and has represented and advised clients in complex and high exposure tax and revenue disputes. She also handles judicial review and constitutional law disputes among others.