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Zimbabwe’s top 5 lawyers

When it comes to litigation and all things legal, these op laywers have proved to be the best in the industry.

Advocate lewis Uriri – Advocate Uriri is an advocate practisingat the Advocates Chambers. He has a huge portfolio and has represented high profile people and companies. He is best known for his relaxed and laid back character . He is a wizard in the courtroom and one of the best legal minds in Zim.

Admire Rubaya – He is best known for his ruthless and tactical approach in criminal matters. However Rubaya is also good in other legal fields. He has represented influential people such as Simon Muserere the engineer for city council among a host of top class clientele.

Fadzai Mahere – The former UZ student is a force to reckon in legal circles. The outspoken lawyer is also a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe. She is best known for her resilience in the courtroom and hardly ever gives up an argument.

Wilson Manase – The seasoned lawyer has been in the industry for years. Not only is he a senior in the legal field, he also has various business interests and sits in numerous boards. Wilson Manase is famous for his services to former first lady Grace Mugabe and Wicknell Chivhayo

Advocate Thabani Mpofu is a top lawyer operating from the advocate chambers. Among the most notable cases involving Mpofu is the Zuva vs Don Nyamande and Kingstone Donga case where the full supreme court bench dismissed an appeal by two former Zuva Petroleum Ltd managers who took their former employer to court challenging the termination of their employment contracts on notice. Mpfo also hogged the limelight after representing Nelson Chamisa in a matter involving ZEC, MDC Alliance and Zanu PF.

Beatrice Mutetwa – is a Zimbabwean human rights lawyer. She is known for representing several journalists. In 2014 she was honoured among 10 extraordinary women from 10 countries presented with the US Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award. Her bravery and legal acumen have earned widespread recogniton both locally and abroad.

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