Trust Law Chambers, one of the top firms in the country, would like to see more young lawyers join the profession to fill the growing demand for professionals.
This was the message at a dinner Trust Law Chambers (TLC) hosted for in honor of its clients.
The event was held at the Kigali Convention Center.
Philip Coulson, the chairman Trust Law Chambers advisory board also spoke about the core principles that lawyers should live and work by. He cited commitment, trust, integrity, and excellence as fundamental to the success of the profession.
Rwanda is a good environment to work in. Fighting corruption is at the heart of the government’s priorities, as well as eliminating graft in courts.
Coulson added that as Rwandan economy is growing, the role of young lawyers going in line with the future and country’s visions is very critical.
Trust Law Chambers has 13 advocates who provide legal advice and support to different companies and institutions with a target to increase to about 50.
Richard Mugisha, the founder of TLC, reassured his clients that improving services is one of their commitments, moving forward.
TLC has so far served about 1,000 local and international clients mainly companies and institutions.
It was created in 2004 as a corporate and commercial law firm.
One of the clients, Charles Furaha, Ecobank’s head of legal and company secretary said a good relationship with lawyers contributes to the development of the company.