Me Lalla GAKOU, Lawyer at the Bar of Mali is the managing partner of the firm and head of the Corporate Department.
She holds a Master’s degree in Business Law and Taxation from Jean Moulin University in Lyon, France.
She also holds a degree in Law and Political Science from Sophia Antipolis University in Nice, France.
She won the Francis Lefebvre prize in partnership with the Master of Law and Financial Engineering of the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, which rewards the best students in corporate taxation.
Having been sworn in in 2014, Me Lalla GAKOU won the first prize in the eloquence competition organized by the Mali Bar Association and was thus appointed secretary of the Mali Bar internship conference in charge of legal aid.
She was also awarded the special prize of the jury at the moot court competition by the International Conference of Bars (30th congress).
Involved in legal association life, Me Lalla GAKOU was secretary in charge of external relations of the Association of Young Lawyers of Mali (AJAM) and administrator in charge of communication of the Association of Malian Jurists (AJM).
She is also a member of International Association of Lawyers and the African Business Law Firms Association (ABLFA).
Before taking the oath of lawyer, Me Lalla GAKOU was legal manager within energy and insurance companies.