The COVID-19 (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) Act amends some 56 legislations which the COVID-19 pandemic context rendered necessary to mitigate its negative impact on the Mauritian economy and on the lives of Mauritians in general.
Ingrid Lecordier joined Juristconsult Chambers as Associate Barrister upon being called to the bar of Mauritius in January 2020. Ingrid’s practice covers all aspects of corporate and commercial law with particular focus on Immigration, Intellectual Property and Technology, and Banking and Finance.
Besides advisory and transactional work, Ingrid works as part of a team that advises clients in contentious matters covering all forms of dispute resolution, and in particular litigation before the commercial court.
Ingrid has also acquired overseas experience in Melbourne, Australia, working in dispute resolution, legal drafting particularly in commercial matters.
She has a keen interest in Fintech and has already started advising clients on regulatory aspects of innovative areas such as custody of digital assets through a wallet function.
Experience has included advising:
- As a team member clients on the regulatory aspects of innovative areas such as custody of digital assets through a wallet function
- Barrister-at-Law called to the Bar of Mauritius (2020)
- Leo Cussen Institute for Law, Melbourne, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (2018)
- Middlesex University, LL.B Hons (2016)
Mauritius Bar Association