Lawhill & Co. Advocates is a fully fledged Tax and Corporate Law Firm based in Dar es Salaam, the Tanzania’s commercial city and has been established to cater for the acute needs of the corporate clients in the private sector, international organizations and offering of consultancy and advisory services to the public sector on a wide range of policy and legal issues. The Firm is comprised of reputable and highly experienced tax and corporate attorneys with vast experiences in their areas of specialization. It is well designed to be a one-stop centre for your corporate and tax services for both, those intending to set up businesses in Tanzania and those with already business establishments. The Firm is well placed to service regional markets of the East African Community (EAC); the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC); Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA); and beyond the African continent through its well established contacts with local law firms in various countries. Being serviced with Lawhill & Co. Advocates, means that you are well connected to the regional lawyers of high reputation.
Lawhill & Co. Advocates is dedicated in offering quality, cost effective and efficient services at the acceptable international standards and has a vision of becoming a global law firm within the foreseeable future. At Lawhill & Co. Advocates, you will attended to and served by the finest legal minds, highly specialized in their respective areas of practices. We attract and recruit the finest legal minds, attentive to details and highly effective at an affordable cost. Our lawyers navigate you through the tax and corporate legal processes throughout your business relationship with the Firm.
Lawhill & Co. Advocates has a team of highly reputable, skilled, ethical and respected lawyers within their respective areas of practices. Our areas of practice covers all aspects of corporate and commercial matters, including but not limited to Taxation; Corporate and Commercial Transactions; Employment, Labour and Immigration; Construction Engineering and Infrastructure; Project Financing and Banking; Private Public Partnerships (P3s); Investment and International Trade; Trademarks, Patents and Copyright; Mining; Emerging areas of Oil and Gas, both Regulatory and Fiscal Regimes; Competition Law; Financial Leasing; Environmental Law and Telecommunications Law.