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Caroline Amondi Oloo

Caroline Amondi Oloo is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and holds a L.L.B from Mangalore University and L.L.M in International Constitutional and Human Rights Law from Pondicherry University-India. She has over 15 years working experience and exposure in various fields, including; the Public Service-in policy administration, legal aid, leadership and management, corporate governance and audit of management systems; the Private Sector as a legal practitioner and a mediator. She has been a pro bono lawyer, and a part-time lecturer at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. She currently works with the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice as the acting Director of the National Legal Aid Service, a position from which she spearheaded the establishment of a legal and institutional framework for legal aid in Kenya through the enactment of the Legal Aid Act, 2016 and the birth of the National Legal Aid Service. Caroline was awarded the Public Sector-Pro bono Jurist of Year ,2018 in Kenya for her efforts in enhancing access to justice.