Samuel Onuonga Makori holds a Bachelor of Social Laws degree (B.SL) and a Law degree (LLB) from Shivaji University, India; a postgraduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Kenya).
Samuel did his pupillage and holding over at Maosa & Co. Advocates and Mose & Mose Advocates respectively before practicing at Morara Apiemi Advocates and Oraro & Co. Advocates where he rose in the latter firm to the rank of Senior Associate.
Samuel was sworn into the bar in July, 2003 and has over 15 years experience in Civil litigation and Commercial work.
Samuel is well regarded by his peers and has handled a number of matters of cases of jurisprudential complexity and importance among them being JR 317 of 2013 where he acted for the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union in relation to the transfer of devolved functions under the 2010 Constitution, a landmark contract case where he represented a local Bank in the High Court in Case number 594 of 2003 that set new jurisprudence on the application of exemption clauses in contracts and a Constitutional Petition involving the disbursement of Funds under the Political Funds kitty among many others.
Samuel is a Commissioner for Oaths and a Notary Public.
Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Banking, Corporate Law, Property Law and Mortgage Finance, Employment Law, Insurance, and Banking as well as appurtenant litigation.