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Law firm in Zambia | Corpus Legal Practitioners


Corpus remains a premier commercial law firm in Zambia, focused on guiding local and international clients through complex financial transactions, government and regulatory matters, corporate compliance, dispute resolution, and other legal issues.  Clients seek out Corpus because of its depth of experience in handling complex matters of Zambian law, its practical approach to solving legal problems, and its commitment to upholding international standards of excellence in our work.

Many of the issues Corpus addresses are first-of-their-kind in Zambia, where the legal and regulatory regime is still developing. In recent years, Corpus has advised on numerous novel matters including financial derivatives, repurchases transactions, securities offerings and regulation, to large-scale debt restructuring, solar energy regulation, international arbitration.  Corpus’ international orientation and experience informs the solutions it provides, and the size of its team (the largest of any firm in Zambia) allows for the degree of specialization necessary to handle complex and novel matters.


Practice Areas:

  • Capital Markets
  • Banking
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Private Equity
  • Financial Regulation
  • Insurance
  • Pensions
  • Corporate
  • Commercial
  • Agribusiness
  • Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Tax
  • Employment and Benefits
  • Public Procurement and Outsourcing
  • Trusts and Charities
  • Mining and Metals
  • Oil and Gas
  • Power
  • Natural Resource
  • Environment and Climate Change
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Infrastructure
  • Real Estate
  • Hotels & Leisure
  • Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Competition
  • Telecommunications, Media and Technology
  • Public Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Franchising and Distribution



“They are thorough in their interrogation of concepts, taking time to discern and advise on the more nuanced issues that could arise.” (Chambers Global 2023)

“I think they have a strong commercial and banking and finance department. In addition, they are always on top of current developments in the market and seem to have a good network of contacts within the energy space.” (Chambers Global 2022)

“As a firm they have given us reason to have confidence in the services that they provide. I think they are forthright and provide us with the services we need, they are always ready to assist us. Even at short notice they are able to assist us, and that has made working with them very pleasant and comfortable. Currently I don’t have anything they need to improve.” (Chambers Global 2022)

Downloads on Zambia:

Guide to doing business in Zambia
Insolvency and Debt Restructuring in Zambia
Guide to Mining in Zambia
Guide to Foreign Money Judgments and Arbitral Awards in Zambia

Firm Details

Corpus Legal Practitioners
+ 260 211 372300 / 01 / 04
Piyiza Office Park, Stand No 2374, Thabo Mbeki Rd, Mass Media, Lusaka Zambia
+ 260 211 372323
Charles Mkokweza

Charles Mkokweza

+ 260 211 372302

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