George Luchiri Wajackoyah Adjunct Professor of law
Principal Luchiri & CO. Advocates
2020 Post Graduate Diploma Student University of Nairobi
2020 MPhil Walden University
2018 Ph.D. Candidate Walden University
2014 Post Graduate Diploma in Law Kenya School of Law
2006 Honoris Causa American Heritage University
2006 Master of Laws (U.S. Law) University of Baltimore
2002 L P C (2000-2001) University of Westminster
1998 Masters of Laws in Law in Development University of Warwick
1999 Certificate in Refugee and Business Law World University Service (Retas)
1997 Certificate in Comparative Laws/Master of Laws. University of London (SOAS)
1996 Bachelor of Laws (Hons) University of Wolverhampton.
1990 Diploma in French University of Burundi
1989 Advanced Certificate in French Kenya Institute of Administration
1984 Intelligence & National Security Criminal Inv. Training School
1984 Inspectorate Course Kenya Police College, Kiganjo
1983 Recruit Trainee Kenya Police College, Kiganjo
1982 High School Teacher Ravals Secondary School
City High School
Shikoti High School
1981 A-Levels St. Peter’s Boys High School-Mumias
1979 High School City High School
• The Law Society of Kenya (LSK)
• International Lawyers Association British Branch (inactive)
• The Royal African Society (inactive)
• Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London (inactive)
• Rotary International New York
• Kiwanis International Rochester New York
• Immigration Law Practitioner’s Association (ILPA)
• Greys Inn of Court (United Kingdom)
• American Bar Association
• African Caribbean Lawyers Association (ACA)
• National Disaster Management Unit NDMU (Kenya Police)
• National Society of Leadership & Success
George is the Founding Partner of Luchiri & Co Advocates and a key member of its Management Team. He accepts instructions from private individuals and businesses on a direct access basis.
He has 25years experience in a wide range of cases. Experienced in challenging decisions at the Department of Immigration at the Home Office and Appeals tribunal in the United Kingdom. George has practiced Comparative Immigration, Asylum and Refugee law in the United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) with the rights of audience before the Home Office Department of Immigration, Immigration Tribunals, Immigration Appeals Tribunals (IAT), the High Court and the House of Lords. He attained the highest and specialized level of practice (Level 3) in the United Kingdom under the Office of Immigration Service Commission (OISC). Recently, he was an expert witness at the Crown Courts in London in an Immigration matter. He works in close partnership with Zaiwalla Solicitors and Ebube & CO. Solicitors in London.
George has practiced immigration and refugee law in the United States where he worked as an associate at The law office of William Bill Kiefer in California and Ubom Law Group in Washington DC. He has made representations at the United States Department of State Washington, D.C. in Immigration matters and the Federal District Immigration Courts (Circuit Courts).
George ventured into teaching at the American Heritage University in San Bernardino, Southern California and Cal State Sacrament University after which he stated teaching International law as an Adjunct Professor of law at the United States International University.
Having served in the Kenya Police Service he has vast experience in Criminal Law cases including economic crimes such as money laundering, fraud, forgery etc.
He is the founding partner of Luchiri & CO. Advocates and is currently a Faculty Member at the Institute of Migration at the University of Nairobi.
He has previously worked at Commission on Administration of Justice (CAJ) Nairobi, Kenya, Rosecal & Co Immigration London, Wajackoyah Immigration Practice London, Ubom Law Firm Washington D.C, and William Bill Kiefer Law Firm California. He has been a Criminal Consultant (Immigration & ECHR) in England & Wales and a faculty member at the United States International University. He consulted for Bethel Church in Baltimore, Maryland.
He has served in the Kenya Police Service up to the rank of Inspector. He continues to give training to Police Officers at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Training School, Kenya Police College and Anti Stock Theft Unit (ASTU)