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Lewis Uriri is a commercial and general practice lawyer practising as an advocate (barrister) at the de facto independent referral bar in Zimbabwe. 


Lewis keeps rooms at The Temple Bar in Harare, and affiliates to a self-regulatory Bar Association known as the Zimbabwe Inns of Court. He is a member of the Law Society of Zimbabwe which is the overall legal practice regulatory and licensing authority in Zimbabwe. He accepts instructions from local and foreign attorneys as well as Chattered Accountants in purely tax advisory matters.


Lewis has  growing expertise in corporate and commercial law and dispute resolution including direct foreign investment, international financial law, international economic trade law, corporate law and practice including shareholder disputes, acquisitions and mergers, commercial law, banking insurance and transnational litigation. Lewis has been known for his keen interest in constitutional law and civil liberties, as well as electoral law in the law 18 years. Lewis is on the panel of arbitrators and conciliators maintained by the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and the Commercial Arbitration Centre in Harare. He is often called upon to appear in foreign jurisdictions, regional and international tribunals.

Lewis undertakes general litigation, arbitration and advisory work in Zimbabwe and before regional and international tribunals in relation to foreign and international matters with a connection to Zimbabwe or Zimbabwean law.

This is a personal website. It does not reflect the views of the The Temple Bar, the Zimbabwe Inns of Court, the Law Society of Zimbabwe or any member thereof or any association to which Lewis affiliates.

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