The Firm’s Principals are Adronicus K. Byamungu, Irfan M. Dinani, Mrs. Grace G. Malekano, and Casmir F. Nkuba, who collectively have more than three decades of providing diverse legal services to clients of all sizes locally, regionally and internationally.

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Adronicus K. Byamungu
adronicusAdronicus K. Byamungu is an Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania and subordinate courts thereto except primary courts, and was admitted as an Advocate in Tanzania in 2003. In addition to being a member of the Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators, he is also a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths.  Prior to associating with ADCA Veritas Law Group, Mr. Byamungu was Co-Founder and Partner of ADCA Advocates, a position he held for two years.  While at ADCA Advocates, he represented diverse clientele from various businesses in connection with their transactional and litigation needs.  Prior thereto, in 2001 Mr. Byamungu was with Kesaria & Company, Advocates, as a Legal Officer and was subsequently promoted to Associate.  While working at Kesaria and Company, Advocates, Mr. Byamungu took charge of a project in which that firm was retained by the lead consultants, CIE Consult, as local counsel for the privatization and concessioning of Tanzania Railways. In this respect, Mr. Byamungu worked closely with Ashurst Morris Crisp, solicitors who were the lead legal advisors, in undertaking extensive local legal due diligence and produced a comprehensive consultancy report on the legal issues affecting the railways privatisation, including advising on changes to existing laws, regional policies and regulatory framework.  Mr. Byamungu also took an important role in another assignment in which that firm initially represented Ocelot and Transcanada pipelines and subsequently AES SIROCO in the Songas Pipeline Project in Tanzania, interacting with the client's US and UK attorneys in several legal aspects leading to financial closure. In addition, Mr. Byamungu was involved in all legal related matters in which that firm exclusively handled all land issues for that project leading to the grant of a Wayleave for the pipeline corridor from Songo Songo Island to Dar es Salaam.  Mr. Byamungu’s practice concentrates on counseling and representing clients in litigation relating to company law, commercial and transactional disputes, intellectual property law, banking law, labor and employment, immigration, mining, and matrimonial issues.  An honors graduate with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Dar es Salaam, Mr. Byamungu is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), a United Nations agency on information and telecommunication technology issues, and the United Kingdom Telecommunications Academy in association with the Open University of Tanzania.