How Centurion Law Group Works A Growing and Evolving Practice
For foreign investors, African corporations, and governments, Centurion Law Group has always played more than one role. Trusted legal advisor. Oil and gas industry expert. Advocate for both African and investors’ interests.
The Right Time The Right Place
We’ve grown significantly since our early days as a small practice. Today, we’re a pan-African conglomerate with offices serving 35 countries. Our mission has never changed. Centurion has always been about helping clients achieve their goals on the continent while striving to harness corporate law to build a better future for Africa.
Centurion Law Group continues to do what we do best: We have a proven track record in complex and high-profile cases. Our full-service firm’s comprehensive services include
- Arbitration and Commercial Litigation
- Government Procurements and Contracts
- Anti-Corruption Advisory
- Doing Business in Africa
- Local Regulatory Compliance
- Tax and Customs
- Labor and Employment
- Oil & Gas, Energy and Mining
- Banking and Finance
- Corporate Law
But we understand that today’s clients come with new expectations and specialized needs that aren’t always best served by the traditional law firm framework.
That’s why Centurion is bringing a highly effective legal services model to Africa: flexible law services. The newest arm of our law group, Centurion Plus, brings the cost-savings and efficiency of attorneys-on-demand to our broad array of corporate and commercial legal services.
The Centurion Plus Model NewLaw at its Best in Africa
Increasing numbers of law firms in North America, Europe and Asia are embracing NewLaw: legal services that utilize innovative, client-focused delivery methods.
That’s the model we’ve brought to Africa in the form of Centurion Plus.
Our pool of carefully vetted, on-demand attorneys are on call to:
- Handle your projects on short notice
- Fill your staffing shortfalls
- Supply specific areas of expertise to your team
- Augment—or serve as—your in-house counsel
We’ll help you build a customized team from our pool of more than 190 exceptionally skilled attorneys and business advisors. They’ll jump on your legal issue immediately—for considerably less money than you’d pay for full-time legal representation.
You control costs: You aren’t paying for overhead, health benefits, or support for employees you don’t need. You’re paying for your attorneys’ actual services. Not only that, your legal team isn’t under pressure to meet a quota of billable hours. Their priority is doing a good job for your company so they’ll earn your continued business.
You gain efficiency: Your team’s sole responsibility will be the work you assign them, which allows them to work with minimal interruptions and finish projects more quickly. Meanwhile, your staff is freed to focus on other pressing projects.
You work with the cream of the crop: Increasing numbers of premium attorneys are insisting upon a project-based model because of the enhanced work-life balance it enables. That means working with Centurion connects you with legal talent you might not have had access to any other way.
You retain control over your projects: With Centurion’s flexible model, not only do you hand-pick the attorneys who will work on your projects, those attorneys answer directly to you. Your priorities are their priorities.
Your attorneys are backed by Centurion: We rigorously screen the attorneys we provide for projects, so you can feel confident in their unsurpassed abilities to represent you. We stand behind them and give them the tools and resources they need to be successful for you.
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