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ENSafrica has maintained its top ratings by independent rankings agency the Legal 500 in its 2017 Europe, Middle East and Africa Guide.

The Legal 500 says of the firm: “ENSafrica is praised for its ‘business and industry knowledge’ … . ENSafrica … provides ‘excellent response times’ … and ‘concise as well as practical advice’.”

For 29 years, the Legal 500 has analysed the capabilities of law firms across the world, highlighting those that are providing the most cutting-edge and innovative advice. In determining its rankings, the Legal 500 evaluates the strength of law firms in over 100 jurisdictions based on, among others, feedback from 300 000 clients worldwide.

We are grateful to you, our clients, for your continued support, without which these positive results would not have been attainable. As a result of your valuable input, ENSafrica is ranked in 22 practice areas across four jurisdictions, as well as in the Africa regional category. This includes 15 Tier 1 rankings for ENSafrica’s various practice areas and rankings across Ghana, Mauritius, South Africa, Tanzania and Africa-wide. (The Legal 500 does not currently cover certain jurisdictions in which ENSafrica has offices, namely Namibia, Rwanda and Uganda). In addition, 70 ENSafrica practitioners feature as leading or recommended lawyers, some of whom have received more than one ranking.

ENSafrica remains committed to providing clients with cost-effective outcomes by ensuring work is done at the right level, and in the manner that best suits clients’ preferences and pricing structures, wherever they do business in Africa. The firm has over 600 practitioners in 15 offices in seven countries in Africa, namely Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.

Submitted by ENSafrica

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