Mectrida Bonephace Kaijage
Department: Tourism and Recreation
P.O. Box: 3167
Phone:+255 759 906 576
Mectrida is a proficient Lawyer. She is engaged in teaching Law for both Bachelor of Tourism and Bachelor of Wildlife Management Programmes. Before joining SUA, she had worked intensively in Business Law fields with prominent commercial and law firms in Tanzania. After her long experience in general law application, general Commercial and Corporate Legal issues in particular, she now folds her capabilities in Natural Resource Law. Mectrida has emerged an up-to- date veteran Lawyer in Natural Resource; a competent Nature Conservation Lawyer for all Natural Resource Resolutions. With proven experience in general laws of Tanzania, she is capable of creating and handling a perfect traverse and webbing of all important laws of nature. Her newly established expertise in the two departments has evidenced that Science and Law are inseparable for successful nature conservation.
She advises on a vast range of legal aspects of compliance in all types of projects, laws affecting businesses and general commercial path in legal aspects attaching to land, property rights, natural resource conflicts resolution, participatory conservation harmonisation practices and general policy and legal implications in natural resource conservation..
Natural Resource Laws - Nature Conservation Laws.
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice: Law School of Tanzania. (2015)
Master of Laws (LL.M): Commercial Law: Mzumbe University (2014.)
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B): Tumaini University - TUDARCO (2012)
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY:
- Analysis of legal framework on investment promotion and contribution to technology dissemination in Tanzania. A case of selected mining companies.
- Harmonization of Intellectual Property Laws in EAC: A lesson to learn from partner States
- Circumventing the mischief of the doctrine of ultra vires in Corporate Law
- Incapability of Tanzanian Law of Contract to catch-up with e-commerce: A challenge on the postal rule of acceptance.
- A lesson to learn from FDI influx in post independent Africa: A case of Tanzania
- Reasons for Tax Non-Compliance in Tanzania: The Conflict between the Law and Practice