TrustLaw and the ALN Academy are thrilled to be hosting a webinar for international NGOs and non-profits with operations in East Africa, working through the Africa Legal Network’s Kenya (Anjarwalla & Khanna) and Tanzanian members (ATZ Law Chambers).
This free and interactive online workshop will explore some of the main corporate and commercial law issues encountered by INGOs operating in Kenya and Tanzania. All participating organizations will receive high-level, preliminary insight on some of the top areas of legal concern for INGOs: corporate governance and structuring, intellectual property, commercial agreements and employment law.
TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation's global pro bono service that connects NGOs and social enterprises to top law firms around the world to provide them with free legal advice and assistance. TrustLaw is the largest pro bono service provider in the world with a growing network of almost 4,000 NGOs and social enterprises, and over 750 law firms across 180 countries.
The ALN Academy is a newly established training and capacity building organisation that supports the rule of law through developing legal service best practice, with sustainability and social enterprise being core to its overall functions. It is Pan-African and calls on the knowledge and experience of the 16 ALN member firms, as well as other relevant experts from within our continental and international networks. For this event, expertise is being provided by:
Anjarwalla & Khanna, is the firm generally considered to be the leading full-service law firm in Kenya and the largest corporate law firm in Eastern Africa, with over 90 lawyers. A&K was named the 2017 ‘African Law Firm of the Year – Large Practice’ for the third year in a row and for the fourth time in the last five years, by the prestigious African Legal Awards, which celebrate ‘excellence, achievement and innovation in the legal profession’.
ATZ Law Chambers is a tier one law full-service corporate and commercial law in Tanzania with substantial experience and knowledge of the Tanzanian market.