Commercial Law in Botswana
The Village Chambers, Plot 21064, Gaborone, Next to Nanogang CJSS
Collins Chilisa Consultants is a vibrant, mid-sized law firm that provides tailored legal advice to clients both in Botswana and those seeking to enter the Botswana market. Our broad client base includes large and small businesses, government parastatals, major banks and corporates, not-for-profit organisations and private clients. Our professionalism, combined with our friendly and energetic approach, has made Collins Chilisa Consultants a trusted legal advisor to many of Botswana’s diverse organisations, both big and small.
When you engage Collins Chilisa Consultants, you access a pool of resourceful attorneys who are passionate about the law and providing precise, pragmatic and high - quality advice to its diverse clientele. Our attorneys are well experienced, competent, and dedicated to delivering service that yields desirable results.
We make a real contribution to our clients and to the wider community by supporting national and local not – for – profit organizations. We also encour- age our attorneys to undertake pro bono work.
Consistent with the aim of providing accessible and prompt legal solutions to our broad clientele across the country, we have expanded and now operate two offices in the north and south of Botswana. The main office is situated in Gaborone and with a branch in Francistown.Show more +
Mboki Mbakiso Chilisa is the proprietor of the firm, having acquired same from Peter Collins in 2012 after being Peter’s professional assistant for the previous 6 years. Mboki has been an attorney of the High Court of Botswana for the past 12 years. His practice areas include Employment Law, Commercial and Property Law as well as Administrative and Constitutional Law.
Mboki specializes in Employment Law and has represented large corporations and trade unions in many ground-breaking cases. These include contentious briefs such as the 2011 public sector strike; the case in respect of the right of civil servants to vote in political primary elections and the appeal by the President of the Republic of Botswana, Attorney General and others against NALCGPWU in respect of the constitutionality of Section 4 of the Court of Appeal Act relating to judges’ conditions of contract.
Mboki provides advice to corporates on restructuring and redundancy exercises, disciplinary proceedings and all aspects of employments law. He is the first-choice attorney in Gaborone where employment law is concerned and has earned that reputation through many successful results in all the Botswana courts.
- LLB (University of Botswana) 2005
- Attorney of the High Courts of Botswana (2006)
- Conveyancer and Notary Public (2006)
- Member of the Law Society of Botswana