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The creation of different African institutional frameworks in the continent, including law firms with an African flavor, is not a sudden happening that has not been anticipated in African history. It was rather a result of the age-old process of pan-African thinking and movement in different courses of history. No one can have the courage to have a complete figure of the historical roots of the pan-African institutions without giving much attention to the Pan-African movements, which may be considered as a founding stone of the OAU, the African Union (AU) and any other legal, political, social and economic institutions in Africa.

In line with this, Metassebia Hailu & Associates Law Offices believe that the spirit of Pan-Africanism shall be used as an engine for the creation of African institution like ours that operates within the legal jurisdiction of the African state. Accordingly, with the help of different local & international institutions, we have created a strong department that is promoting pan-African concepts and values. We believe that it will play a role in an effort to create common narration on the African legal frameworks and justice systems that are highly intermingled with African social, economic, and political narrations. In this corner, our researchers, affiliates, and interested scholars from different parts of the world react to wide-ranged African topics.

Ethiopian reforms attract investor interest

Since Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took power in April 2018, his government has sent an unambiguous message: It needs more private sector investment to drive growth and create jobs.…

Challenges & principles of the new Ethiopian labor law

 by Metassebia Hailu ZelekeDecember 26, 2019 in Africa, Ethiopia, Labour, Legislation Ethiopia issued a new labor proclamation on the 5th day of September 2019. This new piece of legislation replaces a proclamation that has been in…

Ethiopian Airlines is expected to remain profitable with a focus on cargo during the pandemic

Cargo to push Ethiopia Airlines to profitability. by The ExchangeJuly 20, 2021 in Africa, Aviation, Ethiopia, Finance, Travel Reading Time: 3 mins read Ethiopia‚Äôs national carrier Ethiopia Airlines will most likely remain profitable this year, despite the ongoing…