Ms. June K. Gachui is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and the Principal of JGIP Consultants. She graduated from London School of Economics and Political Science with an LL.B (Hons) and French law. She holds an LL.M in Intellectual Property Law from George Washington University, USA and is also an Associate Member of International Trademark Association (INTA).
She has extensive experience in all areas of Intellectual Property (IP) Law and Entertainment Law; having trained with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), New York as well as with reputable Australian Entertainment Law Firm Joan B. Peters-Private Practice, to name a few. As part of her work in the IP field, Ms Gachui is a resource person and trainer for the creative entrepreneurs within the creative industries ranging from music publishing, film and TV, software developers, corporate clients, schools, regional and international organisations on matters of IP, advocating for the protection of commercially viable exploitation of IP rights.
Ms. Chepkemoi is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and Junior Associate at JGIP Consultants. She graduated from Kenyatta University with a Bachelor Laws (LLB) and has gained experience consulting on various legal matters, in various fields of law including Intellectual Property (IP) Law, Entertainment Law and Commercial transactions among others.
Ms Chepkemoi is driven by her passion for IP Law and the arts, as well as JGIP Consultants’ process and commitment to help those in the creative industry to create, protect, exploit and monetize their work. She takes pride in providing an enabling environment for clients to share their concerns with the aim of arriving at a workable solution to their problems. She strives to be a reliable counsellor to JGIP's clients, and to be an impactful educator in the workshops that JGIP Consultants facilitates to help more people understand their rights, understand intellectual property, embrace it as a valuable asset, and learn to exploit and monetize it for sustainable
growth and development.