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DLA Piper Africa lawyers recognised in arbitration practice

Two DLA Piper Africa lawyers make Africa's 50 most promising young arbitration practitioners list

By Ronald Mutasa and Mahamat Atteib

Two DLA Piper Africa lawyers have been recognised by the Association of Young Arbitrators (AYA) in their annual “Africa’s 50 Most Promising Young Arbitration Practitioners” Award 2020.

Ronald Mutasa (Partner, DLA Piper Africa, Zimbabwe), and Mahamat Atteib (Counsel, DLA Piper Africa, Senegal) have achieved this tremendous accolade in recognition of their dispute resolution work.

Michael Ostrove, Global Co-Chair of DLA Piper’s International Arbitration practice said: “We are extremely proud of the talent of our international arbitration team members based in Africa. As a firm, and specifically as a practice, we are committed to supporting our African colleagues by promoting and providing opportunities for our arbitration lawyers across the continent.”

To read more about Ronald’s recognition, click here. To read more about Mahamat’s recognition, click here.

To learn more about AYA, click here.