Who we are

Langata Legal Aid Centre is a legal community based organization promoting access to justice for all by providing legal aid and legal awareness on children rights, person with disability rights, women rights ,housing , land rights among others.

15

Team Members

 

39

Legal Aid Clinics

 

13

Success stories

 

1500

Human Rights Violation Cases Handled

 

2017

Established

 

Our Team

Our team is composed of high performing professionals, dedicated to meet the legal aid needs of the poor and the marginalized.

Our Core Values 

Integrity

To be honest, trustworthy, respectful and ethical in our actions.

Respect for the rule of law

to justice and equity for all

Transparency

To be reliability and accountability in our relations with our stakeholders

Confidentiality

Respect confidential information entrusted by clients and stakeholders.

Commitment

To Justice and equity for all .

Teamwork & Professionalism

We strongly embrace teamwork and undertake our work professionally



Programs updates

Community Sensitization Forum

LLAC in collaboration with Legal Resources Foundation Trust on 25th of September 2020 held Community sensitization forum in Langata sub county on Chapter Sixteen -Amendment of the Constitution in accordance with article 255,256 or 257 .

LLAC Paralegal Training

LLAC staff and Paralegals took part in a week intensive Paralegals training conducted by Legal Resources Foundation Trust funded by amkeni Wakenya ,UNDP project in Nairobi to build the capacity of the individual Paralegal and organization in developing a strong team of change champions to provide the legal aid required and assistance.

LLAC partner with Kituo Cha Sheria

On 31st of August 2020 Langata Legal Aid Centre represented by Executive Director Ms. Judith Adhiambo and Programs Officer Ms. Effie Lwova paid a courtesy call to Kituo Cha Sheria and had a fruitful engagement with Executive Director Dr. Annette Mbogoh . Part of the discussion was to work on partnership between Kituo Cha Sheria and Langata Legal Aid Centre in advancing access to justice programs through Legal Aid Act 2016 and Alternative Justice Systems Policy.

LLAC hosts Alison Chartres

Australia High Commissioner Alison Chartres paid a courtesy call to Langata Legal Aid Centre on 11th April,2018. Alison purposely visited LLAC to learn and to understand LLAC’s role in promoting legal empowerment to the vulnerable groups in Kibera.

launch of report on status of legal aid in Nairobi County

On 22nd of June LLAC joined Legal Resources Foundation in the launch of The State of Legal Aid in Nairobi County. The event was presided over by Hon G. Ngenye, Chairperson NCCJR and Flora Bidali, Acting Executive Director NLAS.

LLAC holds Free Legal Aid Clinic at Mugumoini

Langata Legal Aid Centre on Saturday, 21st July, 2018 held a very successful FREE legal aid clinic in Langata at Mugumoini grounds. LLAC Volunteer Advocates, lawyers and community paralegals offered legal advice to hundreds of clients seeking help on various matters touching on land, labour, housing and evictions as well as child support.