Francis Osiemo

Legal Counsel at African Legal support Facility

Francis Osiemo is an international counsel specialised in international finance, international trade law, and international economic law. He received the Mandela Rhodes Scholarship to complete an LLM in International Trade Law at Stellenbosch University. He has also had experience in international human rights law, having carried out a research project at the African Court of Human and Peoples Rights. Mr. Osiemo is author and co-author of several articles related to national, multijurisdictional, and international law.

 

 

Bridges news

26 October 2016
L’énergie joue un rôle central dans les économies modernes. Relever le défi de la sécurité énergétique en Afrique de l’Est constitue une première étape cruciale pour la réalisation des ODD dans la région. L’adoption des Objectifs de développement durable (ODD) en septembre 2015 atteste d’une...
18 October 2016
Energy plays a central role in modern economies. Addressing challenges hindering energy security in Eastern Africa is a crucial first step in the achievement of the SDGs in the region. The adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September 2015 demonstrates the global political...
18 June 2015
The regional integration efforts in the East African Community have focused mainly on promoting the free movement of capital, goods, and services. However, such efforts have failed to address economic development disparities among member states. There are about 143.5 million people living in the...