Human Resource and employment and its interplay with the law matters to each of us We find pleasure in focusing on matters to you . The People’s Accolade Law Magazine is delighted to present to you this month’s Deluxe edition that focuses on Human Resources and we feature Africa’s leader in HR, Iris IrumvaRead More
Category: The Millennials
Searching through the millennial-cast continent, we came across the Amazon, misted in knowledge, and sharpened by wisdom: Mariam Momodu.
Mariam, a corporate legal practitioner with expertise in international trade law, foreign investment law, anti-corruption and regulation. Mariam is currently pursuing a doctorate at the University of Toronto where she analyses intra-African trade through the construct of “bottom-up economic integration” facilitated by non-state actors. Mariam is our African legal millennial for this edition.Read More
As Africa’s Millennial Magazine, The People’s Accolade Law Magazine strives to keep you up to speed with the developments in the continent and beyond. Africa has been the subject of discussions the world over, for the last few months.Read More
When Jeffery J. Lloyd “Aberjhani” referred to millennials as the hybrids of golden worlds and ages splendidly conceived, he must have had the gentleman, Tisungane Brian Makato, in mind.
Tisungane is a Malawian legal practitioner who was called to the Malawian bar in March 2011. An LLB (Honours) graduate from the University of Malawi; Tisu, as he is popularly known among his family, friends and colleagues, was a British Chevening Scholar at the world-renowned Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee in Scotland, where he graduated with an LLM in Energy Law and Policy with a distinction. He holds the honour of being one of the very few Malawians to graduate with an LLM from the prestigious Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the USARead More
Legal education in Egypt held elite status with the emergence of the first Law School in Egypt founded by Ismail in 1868. It was first known as the School of Management and Languages, then the school of Management was separated from the school of Languages in 1882, until July 1886 when it became known as the school of Law. Now, Cairo University’ School of Law.Read More