Amish is the key contact person who will be assisted by other lawyers in the Firm and the Firm’s consultant partners and affiliates depending on the nature of the work and the expertise required.
Amish’s practice focuses mainly on the regulated sectors, competition, energy and mining, mergers and acquisitions, commercial, corporate, employment, commercial dispute resolution, joint ventures and commercial contracts. He has acted for and advised parties on corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions including antitrust/competition issues as well as undertaking detailed due diligence on the transactions. He has reviewed and advised on production sharing agreements, joint operating agreements and farm in agreements for the oil and gas sector and mineral development agreements for the mining sector. Amish undertakes all types of commercial work, including reviewing and drafting commercial contracts and leases as well as providing advice on regulated sectors such as oil and gas, mining and electricity.
He is an advocate in Tanzania, has been called to the Bar in England and Wales and in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Anguilla Circuit).
Amish undertook his PG Diploma in Professional and Legal Skills at the Inns of Court School of Law, London, England. He read law (LLB hons) at City University, London, England. He also holds a B. A. Specialised Honours in Human Geography and Development/Economics from York University, Toronto, Canada.
Amish is a member in the following professional bodies:
- Tanganyika Law Society;
- East African Law Society;
- The Bar Council of England and Wales; and
- The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple