Office of the Legal Officer

In a dynamic world of higher education, the Legal Office at the University of Eldoret is uniquely poised to offer services in a dynamic and fast-evolving education setting. With a commitment to upholding the highest standards of legal compliance our team plays a pivotal role in safeguarding the interests of the University.

Our mission is to extend this trajectory into the future and turn the office into a leading world class professional Legal Office. To do that the office will endeavor to be a multidimensional and strategic by:

  1. Providing critical innovative solutions that drive the University forward.
  2. Aligning Legal strategies to the University core mandate to enable value creation/ addition in service delivery.
  3. Guiding legal and regulatory matters for the University mitigate risks and protect its world class brand and reputation.
  4. Optimizing Legal efficiency and effectiveness to best serve the University and stakeholders.

We are committed to fulfilling the University’s and stakeholders’ expectations in every service that we offer through continuous improvement, deep-rooted professionalism and unwavering commitment.

In an ever-evolving landscape of legal regulations and compliance requirements in Kenya, the legal office has been instrumental in ensuring the University’s adherence to these standards. From addressing accreditation issues to navigating complex Labour Laws, our team’s expertise has been pivotal and complimentary in sustaining the institution’s growth.

Finally, as the University of Eldoret looks towards the future, the legal office remains committed to embracing new challenges and opportunities. We envision a future where we continue to offer service with regard to in legal aspects and guiding the University towards further academic excellence and legal integrity.

Mr. Steven Andati

Mr. Steven Anditi (MCIArb)
Senior Legal Officer
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Senior Legal Officer,
University of Eldoret,
P.O. Box 1125-30100,
Eldoret, Kenya.Email:

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