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Jamie Theron

Jamie Theron

Associate, Ellis Shilengudwa Inc.

Jamie Theron advises on a range of corporate and commercial matters, with a focus on banking and finance as well as intellectual property and technology, and attends to the drawing and negotiation of commercial contracts.

Jamie also has experience in regulatory compliance with respect to competition, labor and administrative law.

Experience has included advising:

  • As a team member, a pan-African finance institution on providing a loan facility to a Namibian company and drafting related agreements.

  • As a team member, a mobile payment service provider on providing Identity-as-a- Service through Software as a Service and drafting related agreements.

  • Local and international corporate clients on regulatory compliance under the Companies Act 28 of 2004, the Competition Act 2 of 2003 and the Labour Act 11 of 2007.

  • Clients on commercial agreements including Shareholders Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements, Sale and Lease Agreements, Loan Agreements, Settlement Agreements and agreements for the provision of a variety of services.

  • Corporate and individual clients on negotiations with and/or prospects of success against various public bodies and officials including the Ministry of Labour (Labour Commissioner), the Business and Intellectual Property Authority, the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.

  • Clients with company secretarial (corporate governance) services, including drafting, recording and filing of statutory documents to ensure compliance with the Companies Act 28 of 2004, taking minutes at directors’ meetings, drafting resolutions and advising clients on general corporate governance issues.

Professional Qualifications

  • Legal Practitioner admitted to the High Court of Namibia (2018)


  • University of Namibia, Bjuris (2014)
  • University of Namibia, LLB (2016)

Prior Experience

  • 2018 to 2020, Associate, Windhoek based law firm


  • Member of the Law Society of Namibia

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