Lex Mundi Expands Network with Firms in Morocco, Algeria, and Uganda

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The independent law firm network, Lex Mundi, has expanded its reach by welcoming two new member firms in three countries.

Lex Mundi has enlisted Bennani & Associés as its member firm for Morocco and Algeria, and AF Mpanga as its exclusive member firm in Uganda.

Bennani, operating across Francophone Africa in the North, West, and Central regions of the continent, boasts a diverse client base, serving public entities, international law firms, as well as listed and unlisted companies. The firm specializes in a range of areas, including finance, dispute resolution, general corporate law, and corporate transactions. Lex Mundi identified Bennani for its strong presence in North Africa markets.

Mehdi Bannani, Managing Partner at Bennani, expressed their honor at becoming part of Lex Mundi and highlighted that this collaboration would enable them to offer even greater support to clients in Algeria and Morocco while sharing their expertise with clients seeking legal services in their jurisdictions through Lex Mundi’s global platform.

AF Mpanga, on the other hand, provides comprehensive legal services in Uganda and East Africa. The firm has specialized practice groups in banking and finance, corporate and commercial law, dispute resolution, and energy and natural resources. Lex Mundi reached out to AF Mpanga for its local insights and legal expertise.

David Mpanga, Senior Partner at AF Mpanga, emphasized that joining Lex Mundi was a significant milestone for their firm. He expressed excitement about collaborating with Lex Mundi member firms and contributing their local expertise to the global network.

Lex Mundi’s President and CEO, Helena Samaha, expressed her delight in welcoming Bennani & Associés LLP and AF Mpanga to the Lex Mundi family. She praised their commitment to excellence and deep understanding of their local legal landscapes, highlighting their value as additions to the global network. As Lex Mundi continues to expand, it is better positioned than ever to provide top-tier legal expertise in key African jurisdictions.

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In April of this year, Lex Mundi also added a member firm for Mauritius to its network.

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