Laila Abdul Latif
Laila Abdul Latif is a corporate and litigation lawyer with Rachier & Amollo Advocates in Kenya. She holds a first class undergraduate law degree from the University of Nairobi, a Master of Laws in Public Finance and Financial Services Law from the same university and a Master of Arts in Development and Governance from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. She has also trained with the University of Münster in Germany on international taxation. Her research areas focus around tax practices and their impact on African economies, Islamic law and finance, administrative law as well as developing a financing framework for the right to health for the African continent. She has a wide range of international experience having researched for the European Commission and the World Health Organisation. She has widely published on tax and issues surrounding the right to health. Lately, she is focusing on development and governance concerns in the African continent.
I am a Kenyan based lawyer practicing with the lawfirm of Rachier & Amollo Advocates. I specialise in public finance and financial services law. I also focus on research around health rights and taxation.