Attorney Njoroge Kamau received a Juris Doctorate in Law from North Eastern University. He received his Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Nairobi.
Attorney Kamau worked as an administration and personnel management in Kenya before relocating to the U.S.
He founded a Legal Firm in 2005 in the U.S.A and in the State of Massachusetts. He based his law firm in the City of Worcester, MA. He specializes in Immigration, Business, Divorce, Accident and Investment laws.
He is also an Adjunct Professor of Law and has taught at Quinsigamond College.
He has shaped the legal plans for Diaspora investment in starting a University, development of housing and other investments since starting his law firm in 2005.
Kenya University Project (KUP)
Attorney Njoroge Kamau started working on the legal system of the housing plan that would become part of Kenya University project 2005. In 2006 – 2009 he attended the WPI U.S-Africa Business committee. He became the legal plan founder of the University Town Development Plan once started 2009 and progressed the plan to become the Kenya University Project. He is a Founder and Diaspora University Trustee.
Diaspora University and Legal System
Attorney Njoroge Kamau as founder of University, Town and Hospital continues to work on the following:
- Kenya Constitution 2010 Legal Opinions for Diaspora Investment.
- Legal Plan and Documents for application in the University, Town, Hospital and other plans of the Project.
- Legal Plan and Documents for the Town Houses Investment and Development System.
- Courses of Constitutional Law to be taught in the University Department of Arts and Humanities.