Emmanuel Yonli

YONLI Emmanuel holds a Masters Degree at the University of Pretoria (South Africa) and a certificate at the Washington College of Law (USA) in Trade Law and International Investment.

He also attended several international courses, including the course of development of the Law of the International Organisation Development Law (IDLO) in Rome (Italy) in 2005, during the international labour law International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Italy, Morocco, Cameroon and Burkina Faso.

Before joining the SCPA KAM & SOME in January 2011, was a magistrate and dealt with law matters of Investment, Labour Law and Social Security.

Firm Overview:

Vocational civil society SCPA KAM & SOME Lawyers are a law firm specializing in Corporate law and Litigation. Its mission is to provide companies with a permanent council support and legal protection in case of action to improve performance.

– Assistance Advice: make available public and private administrations, the appropriate legal lighting control law issues;
– Defence Counsel: the representation and defense litigation as plaintiff or defense;
– Legal Secretary: ensure control of corporate legal life (analysis and drafting of legal documents, corporate governance, etc.);
– Study & Implementation Work: research on all issues related to business law;
– Training: development, operation and monitoring of training.

Barthélémy Kéré

Maître Barthélémy KERE is the founder of the Law Firm that bears his name since January 1993.

In 2003, he was elected President of the Bar Association of Burkina Faso for a three-year term. Under his mandate, the Autonomous Fund for the Financial Regulations of Lawyers (CARPA) was created as a fundamental institution of transparency in the management of the funds of clients held by lawyers.

In 2006, he was nominated as a Member of the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) of Burkina Faso under the Catholic Community; On August 1st 2011 he is elected President of this Institution. In the logic of its participation as a member, it operates reforms to make even more credible the CENI, the Ad Hoc Election Management Body: it bravely takes the initiative for the establishment of the initial biometric electoral file of Burkina Faso Faso.

Maître Barthélemy KERE has carried out missions abroad for the observation of the elections and for the exchange of experiences in the field of electoral management; he took part in meetings organized among others by ECOWAS, La Francophonie and the World Association of Election Management Bodies (A-WEB).

Maître Barthélemy KERE graduated from Criminology Sciences at the University of Bordeaux (France). He has been an Arbitrator at the Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation Center of Ouagadougou (CAMC-O) since 2008. In this capacity, he handled and rendered various sentences in the cases entrusted to him by the Center in 2009 and 2011. .

In June 2012, he was appointed Member of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) of Paris, for the period from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2015.

Maître Barthélemy KERE writes and speaks well in French and English.