Founded in October 2003 in Uganda, AF Mpanga, Advocates has firmly established itself as a leader in corporate and commercial transactional advice, banking and project finance, mergers and acquisitions, civil and criminal litigation, real estate and intellectual property.
The firm offers boutique services to a select corporate and individual clientele and one ensuring that the clients are certain of partner attention at all times. AF Mpanga’s service values and work ethic have enabled it to build a reputable clientele which includes the top tier of local and international financial institutions, private equity funds, leading manufacturers and industrialists, international oil companies, international investors, print and electronic media houses, international and local non-governmental organizations as well as high net worth individuals.
As a member of the Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group, AF Mpanga is an integral part of a regional network of leading law firms in South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania and also has valuable links with law firms in South Sudan and Rwanda.
In addition to the continental reach, the firm has working relationships with law firms in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and the United States of America. This global reach with its strong regional and international partners creates a unique Ugandan law firm that can provide seamless professional services to multinational and local firms.
We are ranked in Band 1 by Chambers Global and in Tier 1 of the IFLR1000.
Our Mission is to provide bespoke legal services to our clients with the focus of ensuring complete client satisfaction through prompt , accurate and proper advice that adds value to the clients’ business and protects the clients’ interests.
Our values are built on and are firmly grounded in:
AF Mpanga is a member of the Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group. The Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group advises clients throughout Africa. The group has offices in four countries in Africa – Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. The group has approximately 350 lawyers in 5 cities in Africa: Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Johannesburg, Kampala and Nairobi.