A dynamic new generation of sub-Saharan lawyers is helping to guide the continent towards economic expansion
South Africa’s status as the biggest and most developed legal market in the continent means it is still the destination of choice for foreign tie-ups
Often overshadowed by their bigger and more affluent neighbour South Africa, the southern states of the continent are starting to show their mettle
Despite restrictions on foreign lawyers setting up shop in Mozambique, the region’s historical and linguistic links with Portugal offer a host of international benefits
Dominated by the energy and natural resources sector, West African firms are being courted by the world’s top players. But the locals are keeping their options open with loose networks of referral firms
East Africa is one of the more developed legal markets in the continent, with a significant amount of work flowing between jurisdictions. Kenya leads the way, with several large and well-established firms which are now embroiled in a war for talent.
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Dentons is tying up with South African associate firm KapdiTwala to launch its own offices in South Africa.
In-house counsel in African companies are quickly gaining prominence and control over their businesses’ legal function, The Lawyer research has shown.