LEXAfrica

The Largest Legal Network in Africa - www.lexafrica.com

"They have a strong presence all across Africa with their network and every person we talked to has good things to say about them."

– IFLR1000 – Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms

  • LEXAfrica was established in 1993 and is the largest legal alliance in Africa.
  • LEXAfrica remains Africa’s first true network of leading law firms.
  • Comprises of leading law practices in 28 African countries with access to all the 54 countries in Africa and, at present, has over 500 lawyers across Africa.
  • Arose from a gap in the market for a one stop centre for African law firms to provide clients (both local and international) with legal and business advice in whichever jurisdiction they find themselves, particularly in relation to expanding Africa-to-Africa business.
  • The legal network was a trailblazer in identifying the untapped potential of the African market
  • LEXAfrica is recognised as a Leading Network by Chambers and Partners: Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
  • Each member firm specializes in corporate and commercial law and dispute resolution combined with intimate knowledge of the unique local customs, inherent business practices, languages and traditions of each country.
  • Each member firm has been internationally recognized and ranked by Chambers and Partners: Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business and IFLR 1000: Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms, the premier benchmark league tables for lawyers worldwide.
  • KATs is honoured to be the esteemed local partner and representative of this elite network in Uganda.
  • This healthy collaboration and continuing relationship with leading professionals within and outside Uganda has greatly enhanced the quality of the firm’s services, and tremendously improved the firm’s professional profile and the talents of its lawyers.

Visit the LEX Africa website: www.lexafrica.com

LEXAfrica annually publishes general and sector specific Guides to Doing Business in Africa covering practice areas of keen interest to our clients. The most recent Guides are available for download below: