Attorney Details

Ronaldine Wasika Wachira

Legal Counsel


·       PhD Candidate at Walden University, USA

·       Mediator-Strathmore University, JTI & Facility UK

·       Master of Public Administration - Moi University

·       Post Graduate Diploma in Law- Kenya School of Law

·       LLB (Hons) - Moi University


·       Juvenile Delinquent Treatment- United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (UNAFEI) & Japan International Cooperation Agency

·       International Protection and Refugee Law- The UN Refugee Agency- UNHCR & KMJA

·       Commercial Law Training-CLEAR & KCLF

·       Refugee Protection-Refugee Consortium of Kenya & KMJA

·       Combating Illicit Trade- Kenya Association of Manufacturers

·       Team Work in Times of Change-International Development Law Organization

·       Nurturing Excellence Mentorship Program for Women Judges-KWJA & IDLO

·       Women Leading Change-KWJA & IDLO

·       International Maritime Law-Kenya Maritime Authority & KMJA


Washika Wachira has 15 years’ experience in legal practice and 8 years’ experience as a magistrate. Her general area of practice includes Criminal law, civil procedure law, Family law, children law, commercial law, constitutional law, Succession law, Human rights law, International Humanitarian Law, law of Contract and Refugee law. Her specialty is in criminal law and Mediation. Where criminal law, entails, issue of bond/bail, representation of clients in court and criminal appeals.

She is also a Court Annex accredited Mediator and provides Mediation services as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism to litigation.


Washika Wachira has previously served as a Senior Resident Magistrate for the Kenyan Judicial Service Commission, is a Litigating Counsel and accredited as a Court Annex Mediator. She is also a member of the Law Society of Kenya, FIDA, Moi University Alumnae Association (MUAA), Kenya Ex-Participants of Japan Alumnae Association (KEJAA) and Japan Ex-Participants of Kenya (JEPAK). Previously she worked as a legal researcher officer and a volunteer advocate at the Christian Legal Education Aid and Research (CLEAR) and Kenya Christian Lawyers Fellowship