13 young African lawyers who are shaking things up

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Young, ambitious and determined, these lawyers are distinctive by having launched their own firms very early on, being pioneers in their fields or even combining their brilliant careers as lawyers with another fruitful professional occupation. These are their profiles.


Tebello Kutoane (South Africa), 29, founder of a law firm entirely owned by women

A lawyer at the High Court of South Africa since June 2019, Tebello founded and runs her own consultancy firm, Collective Intelligence, based in Midrand, a firm wholly owned by black women that provides legal advice individuals and startups.

Co-Intelligence was . . .

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