Tanganyika Law Society  in collaboration with Canadian Bar Association is conducting a Media Training on Extractive Industry under the Supporting Inclusive Resource in East Africa project (SIRD) in order to engage national media houses /publications in advocating and raising awareness on identified extractive industry law reform/advocacy issues related to Extractive Industry. The extractive industry-EI, its […]

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Dear Members, Kindly take note that, the Commissioner General of Tanzania Revenue Authority is organizing a breakfast meeting with all advocates in the country. The meeting is aimed at discussing the challenges faced by advocates while fulfilling their obligations to domestic Tax Laws. The meeting is scheduled to take place on 5th December, 2018 from […]

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Introduction: Tanganyika Law Society is a membership organisation that represents Advocates in Mainland Tanzania. TLS was established in 1954 by the Tanganyika Law Society Act CAP 307 R.E. 2002. TLS is composed of registered Advocates whose number stands above 7000 Advocates. The number of TLS members has been growing exponentially with an average of 500 […]

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Dear Valued Member, The Secretariat of the Tanganyika Law Society has been focused on improving the quality of our services to members. In the interest of promoting the welfare of our members, the Secretariat has been in consultation with several health insurance providers and has made significant progress in identifying potential service providers. Our target […]

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