Hamid Omar

Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Certified Professional Mediator (MTI), The Royal Attorney of the Royal Pokomo Nation.

Hamid came to be an Advocate because of his love for debating since Primary school, since then he dreamt of ever representing clients in court. In 2022, he attended classes on Mediation and this bore in him a drive that regardless of his love for representing clients in courts, a chance has to be given for parties to solve their disputes out of court. It is only when that route has not succeeded that people now can go to court where the dynamics change. There will be a winner and a loser.

Besides law, Hamid is a writer who engages in his free time in writing poems, novels, short stories, philosophical works and scripts. Read more of his works at www.abiyoomar.com. Hamid is also a self-published author of five books. That is:  Beyond the Mirage, 2020; Moments, 2021; Simple is Poetry, 2023; The Seemingly Little Things, 2023; All is Well, 2023

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Education and Qualifications:

2023

Post Graduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law

2022

Certified Professional Mediation Course, Mediation Training Institute; (2021-2022: Advocate Trainee, Ahmednasir Abdullahi Advocates LLP).

2015 — 2018

Bachelor of Laws, University of Nairobi; (2016: Intern, Malindi Law Courts.)

2012-2013

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, Malindi Premier School; (2010-2012: Voi Secondary School ); (2002-2009: Kenya Certificate of Primary Education: Burhani Academy, Malindi); (2001-2002: Rafiki Primary School, Hola ).

What that shapes the society is how we relate with each other and what centres all that is the law at hand. Law shapes us somehow bringing both positive and negative effect. We are who what we choose at the end of the day.

Hamid Omar Partner

If one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges, or the protected members of the middle class.

Jacqueline Bretell3

If one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen, the lawyers, the judges, or the protected members of the middle class.

Jacqueline Bretell2