On Tue, Mar 9, 2021 at 2:29 PM Linda Bonyo via kictanet <
> Dear Listers.
> We hope you are keeping well and greetings from the Lawyers Hub.
> Today we launched the following initiatives which may interest you;
> 1. The Africa Digital Policy Institute and call for 2021 Fellows with the
> support of Omidyar Network.
> 2. The Africa Startup Law Accelerator to give legal support to tech
> startups in 6 African Countries.
> 3. Africa Law Tech Festival (July 5-9 ) themed Digital Policy for economic
> Growth with a one day summit on Digital Identity, Internet Governance,
> Cryptocurrency regulation, AI & Ethics, Startup Law and Digital trade.
> 4. Our revamped membership program incorporating Nigeria, South Africa,
> Ghana, Uganda and Tanzania
> We are keen to work with new partners, faculty and speakers. Feel free to
> reach out to me or check out our website lawyershub.org .
> The launch video is here
> is only 16 minutes long, we would appreciate any opportunities to
> collaborate with many of you to better the digital policy environment in
> Kenya and across Africa.
> Warm regards and stay safe
> *Linda Bonyo* (Ms.) | CEO, *Lawyers Hub *
> *Tech for Justice*
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