Legal practitioners businesses in Zambia

Providing legal advice, settling terms of a purchase of a business, tax or estate planning
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National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) image
National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) offers legal advice, legal assistance, internal/ in-house mediation (dispute resolution) and court annex mediation (dispute resolution) to vulnerable women and children on a pro bono basis. The organisation employs full time lawyers and also works with volunteer legal practitioners.
Pasi Advocates
Legal practitioners
Kitwe
Pasi Advocates core practice areas include corporate advisory, litigation and dispute resolution, contracts, commercial transactions, employment related matters, real estate and conveyancing. This company also deals with legal compliance, mining related issues, intellectual property and debt recovery.
Dentons Eric Silwamba, Jalasi & Linyama Legal Practitioners maintains a solid foothold in the Zambian market, and continues to be a popular choice for many. Their key areas of focus include public law litigation, IP matters, commercial agreements and shareholder agreements.
William Nyirenda & Company
Legal practitioners
Kitwe
William Nyirenda & Company provide comprehensive legal services. This firm exists to represent clients, advise them, and to be their advocates. Their professional team of advocates provide strong, consistent, client-focused, high-quality legal services designed to meet clients' commercial and business needs.

Legal practitioners

Providing legal advice, settling terms of a purchase of a business, tax or estate planning

Services that will help you deal with all your legal issues in Zambia. Legal services include providing legal advice, settling terms of a purchase of a business, tax or estate planning that includes the provision of legal advice, acting as counsel or advocate to a party in a court proceeding. Legal practitioners are a unique pedigree of socially conscious legal professionals, who in their everyday work, defend and protect the rights of all seeking advice and representation including women, children, the elderly landless by providing legal advice and representation in criminal and civil matters, will and estate dispute, property matters, and family matters like divorce, child care and domestic abuse.

A legal practitioner is called by the following names - legal adviser, attorney, solicitor, counsel, advocate, barrister, counsellor, legal representative. Prosecution and defence lawyers are expected to deliver closing arguments.

The rules of professional conduct for legal practitioners require that lawyers owe a duty to their client, the court and the state. In summary, the duty of a lawyer is to: Uphold and observe the rule of law. Promote and foster the cause of justice.