Boubou Moyo Romuald Carin

Boubou Moyo Romuald Carin: Attorney with Centurion LLP
  • Senior Associate Attorney at Centurion LLP
  • 61 Rue de la Messe/Ave de Gaulle, Douala, Cameroon 00237
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Biography

Boubou Moyo is a Senior Associate Attorney at our Douala office with a specialization in OHADA business law and civil law. Prior to joining Centurion LLP, he advised corporations and government agencies working in the electricity sector in Africa.He earned his LLB degree with honors from the University of Douala in Cameroon. He holds an LLM in Market Law from the University of Montpellier in France. He graduated with honors from the Sierra Leone Law School and has been admitted to the bar in Cameroon. He speaks English and French.

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Contact Information:
+1 647 308 6325  Phone
www.centurionlawfirm.com
Mailing Address:
61 Rue de la Messe/Ave de Gaulle, Douala, Cameroon 00237
Admission:
Cameroon
ISLN:
924528902

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