• Mabushi Chambers
    Mabushi Chambers

    Cabinet d'avocats

  • Banking and Finance
    Banking and Finance

    Mabushi Chambers assists established businesses, manufacturers, transporters, small and micro-enterprises (SMEs), and other borrowers seeking access to capital.

  • Corporate and Commercial
    Corporate and Commercial

    International clients and foreign investors regularly instruct Mabushi Chambers when doing business in Burundi. The firm also assists entrepreneurs, small and micro-enterprises (SMEs), investors and established businesses in setting up operations in the country.

  • Employment

    Mabushi Chambers regularly advises employers on employment contracts, labour relations, employee transfer, issues of recruitment, retention and termination, and existing labour regulations.

  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
    Litigation and Dispute Resolution

    Mabushi Chambers provides strategic advice to clients when legal disputes arise in the course of their operations. The firm’s managing partner, Augustin Mabushi, is a member of Centre Burundais d’Arbitrage et de Conciliation – CEBAC (Burundi Arbitration Centre)

  • Real Estate, Property and Construction
    Real Estate, Property and Construction

    Mabushi Chambers advises commercial and residential buyers, sellers, developers and investors on the legal and commercial considerations of different types of land transactions in Burundi.

  • Intellectual Property
    Intellectual Property

    Mabushi Chambers regularly advises clients on creation and enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Mabushi Chambers offers clients valuable insight into the opportunities and challenges of conducting business in Burundi’s evolving economic climate. Local, regional and multinational clients regularly instruct the firm in a variety of complex domestic and cross-border transactions.

Our Lawyers

The lawyers at Mabushi Chambers share a commitment to clients, to each other and to the profession. The team is known for its approachable, pragmatic, out-of-the box approach to client priorities.

The firm’s lawyers have helped clients start business ventures, expand into new markets, resolve complex disputes, and minimize regulatory risks while pursuing returns on their investments.

Pressroom Updates


Legal Notes – Volume VII Issue No.2 November 2010

2009 marks a turning point in Burundi’s fiscal legislation by the promulgation of two laws, one relating...


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