The Advocates Complaints Commission is a statutory body established in 1989 under section 53 of the Advocates Act (Cap. 16 of the Laws of Kenya) to enquire into complaints of professional misconduct against any advocate, firm of advocates, or any member or employee thereof. The ACC investigates and prosecutes complaints before the Disciplinary Tribunal. In addition, the ACC facilitates In-House dispute resolution session (IHDR).
Administratively, the ACC operates as a department in the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice. It comprises of the Chairman, Commissioner, Commission Secretary, 24 State Counsel , 23 Para-legal staff and 2 CID officers who work hand in hand towards the realization of its mandate. It contributes significantly in achieving the goals of the National Vision 2030 by enhancing the rule of law and administration of justice. It remains a key player in the realization of Nation Vision 2030 by administering justice and professional discipline in the practice of law.
Please download the help form below, complete it and send a scanned copy attaching evidence and receipts where applicable and submit to the commission’s email address firstname.lastname@example.org