Ours was founded by Professor Ephraim Ngwafor after 30 years of exceptional contributions to academia, the legal profession and society in general. The firm which started as a solo law practice has morphed into a dynamic team widely acclaimed as a multi-disciplinary law firm with an international outlook and a unique assemblage of very specialized, experienced and bilingual attorneys and consultants who operate at the cutting edge of business practice within the bijural legal system of Cameroon, and also the OHADA zone and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Our business model is designed to make the firm the most innovative and client-friendly in the region and we offer a value proposition which we embrace as a badge of honour. Further, we are in touch with the undercurrents of the national and regional business environment and position ourselves not only as legal advisors but also as business partners who understand the importance of quick turnaround times, cost-effective solutions within the confines of reduced risk. We have therefore embedded the strategy to always provide real solutions for our clients and not impossible promises. This reputation has attracted several clients to us including African and global corporations, export credit agencies, domestic and foreign investors, commercial lenders, and development agencies.
Our expertise and skillset cover a full range of Corporate and Commercial legal services within core practice areas including: Intellectual Property; Banking and Financial Services; Energy, Natural Resources Projects and Infrastructure; Maritime and International Trade; Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT); and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
Our lawyers have also amassed considerable experience in handling matters relating to Family and Probate, Government Business and Regulation, Employment and Taxation, Construction, Insurance, Healthcare, Entertainment and Sports, Consumer goods, and Agriculture.
Our offices are based in the Golf district –Bastos neighbourhood of the capital city Yaoundé which is convenient for prompt and timely dealings with all arms of government including parastatals in order to accelerate turnaround times. Also, access to embassies and the representative offices of several multinationals, multilateral organizations, and international institutions is significantly expedient.