Lulu Hayanga Fregoni has been an advocate of the High Court of Kenya for over eighteen years. She is currently a Deputy Chief State Counsel at the Office of the Attorney – General and Department of Justice, where she has worked for over a decade and has always been an environmentalist at heart. While at the Office of Attorney General and Department of Justice, She has been assigned various briefs including in International Environmental Law and International Humanitarian Law. She has participated in matters climate change – representing the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice and interacting with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Paris Agreement; She was blessed enough to be among the representatives that participated in the COP 21 in Paris in 2015. which resulted in the Paris Agreement.
She has been nominated to represent the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice in matters regarding Environment including being a taskforce member in the National Environmental Management Authority’s Deposit Bonds and also in the National Climate Change Action Plans. The most recent one being the 2018-2022 where she contributed heavily and collaborated in composing the he legal and policy framework section of the NCCAP (2018-2022). She also participated in various meetings dealing with consolidating a country position for the then upcoming COP 26. She continues to be extremely passionate about the environment, recycling and matters climate change.
She remains grateful to be part of the Seventh Cohort of the Climate Governance Diplomacy and Negotiations Leadership Program by the African Group of Negotiators Experts Support (AGNES)