MRS. CAROLINE SARONI
Advocate – High Court of Kenya
Law Society of Kenya
- University of the Witwatersrand – PHD Candidate
- University of the Western Cape, SA – Masters in Law
- Kenya School of Law – Bar Examinations
- University of Nairobi, School of Law – Bachelor of Laws Degree
- A Legal Perspective of Carbon Rights and Benefit Sharing under REDD+: A Conceptual Framework and Examples from Cambodia and Kenya. Carbon and Climate Law Review, Volume 9 (2015), Issue 2, Pages 143-155.
- The Elements of Benefit-sharing for REDD+ in Kenya: A Legal Perspective. Carbon and Climate Law Review, Volume 9 (2015), Issue 4, Pages 283-297.
- Implementation of the Constitution of Kenya by County Governments: The Significance of Public Participation in PLO Lumumba, Morris K Mbondenyi and Tom Kabau (eds), Devolution in Kenya: A Commentary ( LawAfrica, Nairobi, 2016) 207-230.
Positions of Service
Member of the In House Counsel Committee – Law Society of Kenya
Caroline Saroni has over ten years post admission experience in providing legal advice and representation; capacity building; and offering consulting services in law and policy matters. She has been teaching law at Kenyatta University School of Law (KUSOL) since 2009. Her research interests are in international trade and investment law, regional integration, extractive industries law and public interest law. She has carried out research and consultancies for several local and international organizations in her areas of specialization.
Caroline has vast experience in conveyancing, litigation and business transactions.