Offices

Bamako

VAUGHAN BAMAKO

Hamdallaye ACI 2000
Rue 394 – Porte 950
Bamako
MALI
T : + 223 20 29 06 13
F : +223 20 29 06 16
contact@vaughan-avocats.fr
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About

In 2012, with the opening of the Bamako office, Vaughan was the first French law firm to open an office in Sub-Saharan Africa, confirming its international ambition.
Through its office in Mali, Vaughan assists African and international clients in all of their transactions in Africa.

This is achieved through the firm’s thorough knowledge of OHADA law (harmonized legal system adopted by 17 African States), but also its in-depth understanding of the local culture.

our dedicated
team

Partner
{ LABEL_BARREAUX } : INTERNATIONAL
Area of expertise :
  • International support
  • OHADA
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