Farage Andrews Law Practice




Loubna Farage


Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Gambia Bar Association

Female Lawyers Association – Gambia

International Bar Association

Commonwealth of Lawyers Association


Loubna Farage is a lawyer with growing reputation in The Gambia and overseas. She has been representing international investors for more than 10 years. Her representation includes a wide variety of commercial contracts, advice on compliance with local laws and application of international standards of practice in various fields. She is knowledgeable in petroleum, mining and maritime law.  She also provides services in general transactions, civil and criminal litigation including administrative proceeding and representation in International Arbitration disputes.

Loubna Farage studied law at the University of Leeds and undertook her bar vocational course (BVC) at the BPP Law School in London. She is a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and was elected the President of the Gambia Bar Association in January 2013.



Victoria Jamina Andrews


Gambia Bar Association

Sierra Leone Bar

Legal Access for Women Yearning for Equal Rights and Social Justice (L.A.W.Y.E.R.S) – Sierra Leone

Female Lawyers Association – Gambia (FLAG)


Victoria Jamina Andrews has extensive knowledge working within the areas of Civil Law, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law, Banking and Finance, Employment Law and Telecommunications.  She has been involved in various sales and acquisitions of foreign and international companies in The Gambia and Sierra Leone, commercial negotiations and project and infrastructure development. She has been the external legal adviser to the National Commission for Privatisation, Sierra Leone since 2010 and her recent experience included advising on the public-private partnership of the construction and operation of a Hydrocarbon Jetty.

Victoria Jamina Andrews graduated from Warwick University in the United Kingdom and went on to complete her Masters in Law at University College London and the Legal Practice Course (Solicitors) in the United Kingdom and thereafter the Bar in Sierra Leone in 2002.