Wahome Wilson is an advocate specializing in the areas of technology and intellectual property. He has a background in a variety of cross-cutting issues that touch on telecommunications law, media law, data protection and privacy. Wahome is currently a tech policy fellow working at the Lawyers Hub Kenya. While with the Hub, his primary focus is on digital rights that centers around the freedom of expression and right to privacy in the digital space. Prior to joining the Lawyers Hub Kenya, he acted as inhouse Counsel for ATC Kenya where he handled several roles including public affairs, legal and regulatory compliance, and vendor management. Wahome has also worked at Kiptinness and Odhiambo Associates LLP where he was an associate in the Technology and IP Department.
working at Kiptinness and Odhiambo, he counselled on data privacy
matters, assisted clients to register various forms of intellectual property
rights and drafted complex agreements for several national and
multinational clients. He has also conducted extensive research and
advised on disinformation in the digital age, social media, and its impact
on elections. In furtherance of his passion for intellectual property rights,
Wahome is currently taking part in Harvard Law School’s CopyrightX