Watson Farley & Williams continue to build African team

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The London-based firm, founded in 1982, is steadily redeploying its continent-focused set-up around Cameroonian Titus Edjua, ex-Africa director at Clifford Chance, and a former member of the AfDB‘s projects and infrastructure team, who joined Watson in 2019.

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