Dale Onyango is a Program Officer at Natural Justice, working across all three programmatic streams: Defending Rights, Affirming Rights and Standing with Communities.
He joined Natural Justice as a Legal Fellow in August 2021. Before joining Natural Justice, he worked at the Refugee Consortium of Kenya as a legal assistant under the Legal and Psychosocial Programme, where he offered legal assistance to refugees and asylum seekers. He has also worked at Miller and Company Advocates as a Trainee Advocate in the litigation department, where he handled different complex litigation matters.
Dale holds a Bachelor of Laws degree (LL. B) degree from the University of Nairobi and a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law.
As an advocate, Dale is committed to human development with a keen interest in environmental law, focusing on its interplay with human rights law and dispute resolution. Joining Natural Justice for him was an opportunity to leverage his enthusiasm, skills, and knowledge of law for environmental protection and human development. He aims to hone his skills and knowledge in a practical and dynamic workplace. He performs his duties with utmost dedication and discipline guided by the mantra -Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.