Daniel M. Nzeki

Daniel is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a member-arbitrator of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a certified professional mediator and a certified professional clinical counsellor. He holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Nairobi, a Postgraduate Diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law and a Certificate in Clinical Counselling and Social Services Management from the University of Nairobi. Daniel has also had an opportunity to attend Summer School at the University of Dresden, Germany, training on comparative legal ethics from the African Centre on Law and Ethics, at the Gimpa Faculty
of Law, Ghana, and the Education for Justice program organized by the University of Nairobi in conjunction with the Nelson Mandela University, South Africa.

At the moment, Daniel is a Master of Laws (LLM) student at the University of Nairobi, specializing in Public International Law under the University of Nairobi scholarship program. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Professor Musili Wambua Award in maritime law for the year 2020/2021. Daniel is a fellow of the Millenium Fellowship organized by the United Nations Academic Initiative; a fellow of the Global Peace Foundation, and a fellow of the World Youth Alliance. He is a highly skilled mooter and debater, and public speaker, having taken part in some of the most prestigious moot court competitions in the world. As a young professional, Daniel envisions a future marked by distinction in the realms of Alternative Dispute Resolution and International Law. With a steadfast commitment to academic excellence and practical expertise, he aspires to carve out a unique path as both a distinguished scholar sand practitioner in these dynamic and impactful fields of law.

As he embarks on his journey, Daniel’s aspirations echo a commitment to intellectual growth, professional excellence, and a positive impact on the fields of ADR and International Law. His blend of academic curiosity, practical skills, and a global perspective sets the stage for a promising future, where he aims to make meaningful contributions that resonate both in scholarly circles and in the real-world practice of law.