We traverse the eastern part of the beautiful continent of Africa and unravel what makes up the quintessential Kenyan: Mbula Nzuki. Mbula who is a seasoned Startup and Corporate/Commercial Attorney working with (and for) innovative, high-growth emerging companies and Venture Capital investors.Read More
Category: The Millennials
Our Millennial feature, Sphesihle Nxumalo, is an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa who also graduated in the top 10% of the Law (LL.B) Class of 2015 at the University of Witwatersrand (WITS)-which has been ranked first in Africa. He is also an LL.M (Competition Law) Candidate at the University of London. In this feature, Sphesihle projects his vigour and acute enthusiasm toward the African legal heritage.Read More
Dr Temitope Omotola Odusanya, “Temi” holds an LL.B Hons from Buckingham University, BL Nigerian Law School, an LL.M from Portsmouth University, GCILEx UK and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, GCG UK, aMember of The Chartered Governance Institute formerly known as the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrator (ICSAUK) and a PhD. in Political Science, from Babcock University She is the passionate UK and Nigerian trained corporate governance professional.Read More
Ibrahim Shehata is an Egyptian legal practitioner with a budding experience in the Alternative Disputes Resolution field; especially in Arbitration. Ibrahim attained an LL.B degree from Cairo University’s School Of Law; one of the most prestigious universities in Egypt. He then earned two diplomas; the first in Civil and Commercial law, and the second is in Judicial Sciences, both from Cairo University.Read More
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