Salome Chapeyama is an accomplished lawyer and policy analyst with extensive experience in legal research. Her research interests are focused on trade and competition law, and she has published several acclaimed research papers, earning distinctions and awards, including the Best Master’s Thesis Award. She serves as an adjunct law lecturer, teaching law classes in legal research methods and international trade law. Her contributions to legal research have been widely recognised and appreciated.
As a female author in legal research, I am committed to advancing the cause of gender equality in the legal profession. I believe that it is important to provide equal opportunities for women in law and to encourage and support young female lawyers in pursuing careers in legal research. Organisations like The Women in Law Initiative play a critical role in promoting gender diversity and empowering women in the legal profession, and I am proud to support their efforts.