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IFLR1000 recognises nine DLA Piper Africa lawyers as Women Leaders in Africa

By James Kamau and Peter Somekh

Research directory IFLR1000 has acknowledged the exceptional contributions of nine lawyers from various DLA Piper Africa offices, naming them Women Leaders in its 2023 rankings.

These distinguished Women Leaders have been commended for their outstanding reputation within their markets, working on complex deals and having risen to hold leadership roles within their firms and practices.

The leaders recognized are:

  1. Ida Djuma - Partner, Rubeya & Co. Advocates (DLA Piper Africa, Burundi)
  2. Anne Kinyanjui - Partner, IKM (DLA Piper Africa, Kenya)
  3. Norah Mutuku - Partner, IKM (DLA Piper Africa, Kenya)
  4. Kamami Christine Michira - Partner, IKM (DLA Piper Africa, Kenya)
  5. Shalinee Dreepaul Halkhoree - Partner, Juristconsult Chambers (DLA Piper Africa, Mauritius)
  6. Marla Mandlate Chade – Partner, SAL & Caldeira Advogados (DLA Piper Africa, Mozambique)
  7. Mia Kellerman - Director, Ellis Shilengudwa Inc. (DLA Piper Africa, Namibia)
  8. Angela Mndolwa - Partner, IMMMA Advocates (DLA Piper Africa, Tanzania)
  9. Farai Nyabereka - Partner, Manokore Attorneys (DLA Piper Africa, Zimbabwe)

These outstanding women represent the diverse spectrum of skills, expertise, and dedication embodied by DLA Piper Africa teams across the continent.

We take immense pride in celebrating their remarkable achievements as they continue to elevate the legal landscape across Africa.