Dr Mwiza Nkhata
Mwiza Jo Nkhata, LL.D, LL.M, PGCHE (Pretoria), LLB(Hons) [Malawi], Dip (Turku), is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Malawi. Previously, Mwiza served as Dean of Faculty as well as Head of Department in the Foundational Law Department. Mwiza is also a co-founder and Partner at Barnet and James, Attorneys & Law Consultants, in Zomba Malawi.
Alfred Majamanda is a seasoned Legal Practitioner, Notary Public and Partner in the firm of Mbendera & Nkhono Associates, a Law Firm currently based in Blantyre. He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honors) Degree from the University of Malawi Chancellor College. He has just completed Masters degree in Commercial law (Results pending). He is a Legal Practitioner of 13 years standing at the Malawi Bar.
Michael Goba Chipeta
Michael Goba Chipeta holds an LLB (Hon) from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College. He is counsel of 10 years practice experience at the Malawi Bar. He currently runs his own law firm in Blantyre, Gobz & Rechtswissenschaft
Partner at Mhango & Co
Martha Etta Kaukonde has been a member of the Malawi Law Society for more than 13 years.
She is the Director of Enforcement and Compliance for CFTC. She is an accomplished Mediator for various civil matters and as a practitioner; she represented more than twenty notable corporate clients and various individual litigants in civil, criminal and labour matters.
She is a member of Women Lawyers Association (WLA) and has championed access to justice for the most vulnerable in the society. She has represented both CFTC and WLA in international conferences 2013. She is currently studying for an MBA with ESAMI.
Tadala Peggy Chinkwezule is a seasoned legal practitioner with seven years’ experience. She currently practices as a corporate lawyer and works for AHL Group as the Legal Services Manager. She is the Company Secretary of AHL Chemicals and Steel Company Limited, a subsidiary of the Group. She previously worked as Legal Counsel at Malawi Revenue Authority.
Tadala holds a Master of Laws degree in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa from University of Pretoria; a Bachelor of Laws degree (Honours) from University of Malawi and is a fellow of the ILFA program. Tadala serves on several Boards, has published an article in the Students Law Journal (2010) and has presented papers at high profile conferences such as the SADC Lawyers Association Conference. She is a member of the Women Lawyers Association of Malawi (WLAM) and provides legal assistance on pro bono basis through WLAM.