Helping International Organizations take Investment Decisions in the East African Community
Stella is passionate about development projects aimed at unlocking and enhancing East Africa’s comparative advantage to trade with-in and internationally - by studying, creating and promoting a reasonable and practical legal and regulatory trade and investment environment that encourages business growth, innovation, and propels investment.
Stella has practiced law in Uganda (Kampala) and Tanzania (Dar-Es-Salaam) and is associated with a premier law firm in Kampala, Arcadia Advocates. She has a Masters Degree in Law (Economic & Integration Law) and is a graduate of the UK based Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators which specializes in Corporate Board Governance
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Examples of Areas of Practice
East African Integration & Trade Law
Counseling a major US NGO by analyzing the East Africa Trade and Investment Hub which facilitates Uganda and Tanzania’s capacity to implement the East African Common Market Protocol and identifying and proposing reform of legal, regulatory and administrative measures affecting free movement of goods, services and capital.
East African Migration Law
Counseling a supra-national organization for migration supporting the East African Community in enabling better migration management within the region by providing accurate and essential analysis of laws, polices and migration procedures of Partner States, making actionable recommendations to the existing loopholes found within the Partner States migration systems.
Advice on corporate governance matters, regulatory compliance, risk management and corporate secretarial work. Corporate secretarial work before, during and after Board meetings, Board Committee meetings and Annual General Meetings of a major Insurance company in Uganda.
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