Farage Andrews Law Practice

Practice Overview

Practice Overview



Farage Andrews Law Practice was founded in January 2011 as the partners Loubna Farage and Victoria Jamina Andrews wanted to provide quality, efficient and modern legal services to both international and domestic clients. At Farage Andrews Law Practice we believe in affordable rates and making the law an experience for our clients. We treat our clients like individuals and we tailor our approach to their specific needs, making known to them that each of their legal situation is important not only to them, but to us as well. 

The Practice provides legal services to public and private sector organisation including developmental agencies as well as individuals. We offer litigation from trial to appellate, and local and international arbitration matters covering all areas of substantive law. We cover diverse area of practice with a particular focus on corporate and commercial law, foreign investment, tax, employment, intellectual property and regulatory counsel to clients across all industries.

The Practice has a correspondent relationship with law firms in Ghana, Senegal, Lebanon, Paris, London and an associate relationship with BMT Law Chambers in Sierra Leone. As time progresses we intend to expand and enhance our existing practice and industry-focused strengths. We are committed to building from these strengths in order to best serve our clients and communities. 

Whilst the law practice is fully committed to our clients, both partners also believe in social responsibilities and to that aim dedicate some of the Practice’s time to pro bono matters to the underrepresented in the community either directly by the Practice or through their membership of the Female Lawyers Association – Gambia (FLAG).