Tafadzwa's diverse professional experiences in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas make her uniquely qualified to provide legal and policy advice related to international disputes, human rights, natural resources, health, and development strategies.
As a member of Foley Hoag's public international litigation and arbitration practice, Tafadzwa is involved in advising sovereign States in disputes before international fora such as ICSID, UNCITRAL and ICC arbitral tribunals and the International Court of Justice (ICJ), as well as in proceedings before U.S. courts.
Tafadzwa is also actively engaged in Foley Hoag's corporate social responsibility practice. She advises multinational corporations on strategic and cost-effective means of integrating human rights, labor and environmental standards into their management systems. She also helps facilitate effective collaboration between corporations, local communities, non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders, and provides guidance on the impact of U.S. government policies on international business practice.
Prior to joining Foley Hoag, Tafadzwa worked with several non-profit organizations, governments and the United Nations on various matters, including the prosecution of alleged genocidaires in Rwanda; natural resources and conflict in Angola; caste discrimination in Nepal and India; U.S.-Africa policy; Roma and prisoner health in Romania; and post-conflict reconstruction in Sri Lanka.
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