We strive to be the market leader in the provision of quality legal services through delivery of expert legal solutions that solve, protect, grow and add value to clients’ needs and wants in respect of a wide range of practice areas.
GLG was born in 1986 under a different name. Then to now, some members of the firm have gone to become senior political figures, senior management in banks and commerce as well as Supreme Court Judges or are in practice somewhere. The senior partner is the mainstay of the founding partners. Through a deliberate succession planning process, a number of employees have been encouraged to carry on university studies over the years. This benefits the firm through the experience effects gained over the years. Our philosophy centres on collaborative teamwork. To this end, the firm has rebranded its name to reflect the growth in the group, linkage and inter-dependence of firm members. The group comprises of two partners, three associates, two interns, an administration manager, two conveyancing officers, an executive clerk, accounting and debt collecting personnel and support staff. The legal departments are meant to create specialisation and expertise in those specific areas, with the flexibility of knowledge and expertise sharing. GLG has made a name in the market. The shared cumulative experience effects span over thirty three years.
The partners are of diverse legal skills whose cumulative experience, dedication and wisdom allows for handling challenging and complex matters.
Mr Theophilus Pharoah Gambe
Founder and Head, Money Markets and Real Estate. Handles work for Town Councils, Financial Institutions, blue chip companies and real estate companies, entrepreneurs and individuals, financial services and Real Estate security documents.
Mr Richard Zinhema
Is one of the partners in the Litigation and Administrative Law Department. His main focus is in labour law, taxation law, natural resources law, family law
Our clientele base is drawn from financial institutions, town councils, commercial organisations, realtors, quasi-government bodies, government departments, farmers, miners, entrepreneurs, trusts, NGOs, churches, venture capitalists and individuals.