Research Assistant and Law Reporter, AfricanLII in collaboration with the Women & Justice Collection, The Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School
Madaliso Daka is Zambian lawyer currently pursuing her Masters in Law (LLM) at Cornell Law School. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Zambia, where she graduated first in her class. Prior to commencing her LLM program, she was a lawyer-in-training as a Legal Assistant at a top-tier law firm in Zambia, Musa Dudhia and Company, enabling her to acquire a wealth of experience in litigation and dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, land acquisition and conveyance, and investment advisory. Inspired by the lives and writings of historical revolutionaries like Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Madaliso seeks to be a driver of positive change and is particularly interested in becoming a lawyer that will build Africa, for Africans.