Ida joins the practice with experience in working in both the corporate sector and with public institutions in matter inter alia dealing with the maintenance of inter-continental humanitarianism. She brings on board her unique skills set of being strategic and innovative, presenting and weighing up for Client matrixes of ideas and solutions to assure the best outcomes in task delivery and premium Client satisfaction.
Her work with Client while result oriented ensure Client engagement is done within a relaxed space, o ering thriving and supportive environment to understand Client’s instructions and work processes to deliver the best possible services and solutions.
Zainab is a detailed and results-oriented, counsel whose practice as an associate in the rm combines skills, experience and strategy to deliver premier services to Clients. Her work focuses principally on assisting business Clients of all sizes from a broad spectrum of sectors with transactional and advisory work, varying from assisting with new business start-ups to working on mergers and acquisitions, corporate. Zainab also works heavily with commercial and corporate Client in the Maritime and Mineral sectors. She is an experienced negotiator with keen attention in the management of litigation and arbitral proceedings.
Prior to pursuing a career in law, Zainab worked for the Government of Sierra Leone as a project officer
(Administration) at the of Diaspora A airs, under the of the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone. During her time in the Public Sector she worked with various international organisations such as the World Bank, UNDP, EU, The International Center for Migration and Policy Development (ICMPD) and The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in the development and implementation of various successful projects related to development of the public private diaspora collaboration and growth.
Theo joins the rm with over seven years standing at the Bar. He provides legal counsel and representation on a variety of matters including, but not limited to, commercial, corporate, criminal, family, property, and telecommunications laws. Theo also brings on board sound private sector experience working with and in the telecommunications sector for over 10 years.
His work also focus on assisting corporates, gas importers and retailers, and the social insurance trust schemes, debt re/structuring and recovery. He leverages his experience in critical business negotiations and dispute resolution for optimal results and Client satisfaction.
Mr. Jonjo provides pro bono legal services to disadvantaged members of society, as and when the need arises, to advance the course of justice.
Abdul Tejan-Cole was Executive Director of the African Studies Association, Senior Campaign Director at Waxman Strategies/Mighty Earth, head of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Sierra Leone, Deputy Director of the International Center for Transitional Justice’s Cape Town o ce, and Executive Director of the Open Society Initiative for West Africa.
A noted human rights lawyer and activist, he has over 25 years of experience fomenting progressive development of human rights, good governance, anti-corruption, environmental and social justice, postcon ict reconstruction, transitional justice and the rule of law. He has also focused on ending deforestation in Africa across all industrial agriculture, ghting for the rights of workers and communities, prosecuting several high-level corruption cases, and prioritizing ghting corruption.
He has been on the board of several organizations that work on a broad range of issues, including land tenure, land grabbing and food security and climate change. He was the Board Chair of West Africa Democracy Radio and Timap for Justice, a non-pro t that provides free paralegal services to people in Sierra Leone.
He taught land law and the environment at the University of Sierra Leone and holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) Degree from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, a Master of Laws from University College London and a post-graduate diploma in International Trade Law from the University Institute of European Studies. He was a Human Rights Teaching Fellow at Columbia University in New York, is a Yale World Fellow, was a recipient of the 2001 Human Rights Watch Annual Award and is a member of the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability. He has published widely on human rights and international justice issues.
Abdul played cricket at school, university and at the national level and sponsored a junior cricket team in Sierra Leone.
Osman Jalloh, LLB; BL.; LLM; Msc. Management; ADIT; MCIArb; Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths is a
Legal Practitioner of the Superior Courts of Judicature of Sierra Leone. Osman is a founding member in the
practice and is currently the Lead Partner.
He has over 15 years experience at the bar focusing on litigation at all levels in the superior court of Sierra
Leone, principally on corporate commercial matters, admiralty, banking and financing, investment, tax,
telecommunication, insolvency, employment, trust and estates, media, and constitutional law