She was sworn in on 17 February 1998 and is registered with the Kinshasa/Gombe Bar Association.
She has a degree in Law, option private and judicial law from the University of Lubumbashi, and started her career at the Bar as soon as she left the University. She has followed other training courses and holds certificates in Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property, Hydrocarbons, OHADA, Public Procurement, Insurance.
She has been a practising lawyer for more than a decade and already has extensive experience in private law, business and corporate law, real estate law, mining and hydrocarbons law and insurance.
She holds a Master’s degree in International Commercial Law from Robert Kennedy College Zurich in association with the University of Salford Manchester.
She is doing a certification course on Corporate Financial Analysis;
She is a mining and quarrying attorney and an individual member of the International Criminal Bar. She is a former member of the Bar Council, where she served as Treasurer.
She is the Senior Executive ( manager) of the firm
Fruit of long years of work and the consecration of a shared will of complementarity and balance between its members, the firm with a human face combines the ability to make a personal mark in the relationship with the client, and the professionalism in the treatment of cases.
Aware of the increasing complexity of legal matters with the globalisation of markets and business, which requires an ever greater specialisation of lawyers, the firm encourages each of its members to deepen his or her preferred areas of expertise, thus maintaining its multidisciplinary vocation.
The complementary skills of its members, reinforced by those of external consultants recognised in their specialities, enable the firm to master a wide range of areas of law, which means that from the very first consultation, the client is directed to the lawyer who is most competent to deal with his or her case or to answer his or her questions in the branch of law concerned.
The firm is naturally able to offer the traditional services that any lawyer is likely to render from his office: consultations in all legal matters, assistance, defence or representation in court, drafting of contracts, all acts, discharges, etc…
Languages used: the four national languages of the Democratic Republic of Congo, French and English.
Areas of intervention
– Labour law and social security law
– Business and company law (OHADA)
– Mining and hydrocarbons law
– Tax law
– Insurance law
– Real estate law (commercial, professional and residential leases, property development and construction, ownership, co-ownership, management and real estate transactions)
– Family law (succession, divorce, adoption, affiliation and recognition of children)
– Criminal law, civil law
– Consultancy, negotiation & support of investments and drafting of deeds
– Special procedures (taking to task, legitimate suspicion).