The East Africa Law Society is the premier regional Bar Association in East Africa. It is a dual membership organization, bringing together the six thousand-plus individual lawyer-members from the region as well as the six national Bar associations: Law Society of Kenya, Tanganyika Law Society, Uganda Law Society, Zanzibar Law Society, Kigali Bar Association and Burundi Bar Association.
The American Bar Association represents the interests of lawyers and promotes the international rule of law through international programs outside the US that focus on access to justice, human rights, anti-corruption, judicial reform and more.
Representative body for South African advocates, to which the various provincial Bar associations and societies are affiliated. The “Legal System” section explains the composition of the legal profession. There are links to, and/or contact details for, the various affiliate bodies, and the Council’s Uniform rules of professional conduct are reproduced in full.
The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession. The IBA arbitration rules are listed under Publications > Guides and free materials.
The Law Society of England and Wales represents the interests of solicitors in England and Wales.
The Law Society of Kenya is the bar association and legal development agency in Kenya.
The LSSA is the umbrella body of the attorneys’ profession in South Africa. Includes links to other South African law sites.
Comprehensive searchable database of the Martindale Hubbell Law Directory which provides listings of 900,000 lawyers and law firms around the world.
The Nigerian Bar Association is the umbrella body of all lawyers admitted to practice law in Nigeria.
SADC Lawyers Association is an independent voluntary association made up of Law Societies and Bar Associations of the Southern African Development Community.
The Tanganyika Law Society is the Bar Association of Tanzania mainland aiming at promoting the rule of law by, inter alia, furthering the professional development of its members.
The Uganda Law Society is a corporate body with the mission to improve the professional standards of members of the Legal Profession, and to promote Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Uganda.