Internationalisation of South Africa’s legal market is continuing apace as firms seek to exploit opportunities throughout the region
North Africa is swiftly becoming a hub for investment into the rest of the continent.
Angola and Mozambique both benefit from oil and gas exploration but their by-product of needing modern and extensive infrastructure is creating new investment sources
East Africa is a buoyant and increasingly integrated region, with oil and gas driving its future. Meanwhile, a liberalised legal market is emerging
A rebasing has elevated Nigeria as the top African economy and brought to light new business potential
A dynamic new generation of sub-Saharan lawyers is helping to guide the continent towards economic expansion
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US firm Chadbourne & Parke has become the latest international player to launch in South Africa, opening a Johannesburg office with the hire of Bowman Gilfillan partner Lido Fontana.
Heenan Paris, the boutique which spun out of collapsed Canadian firm Heenan Blaikie last year, has launched an outpost in Washington DC to focus on energy and projects work.