Faith Tigere


Faith undertakes economic analysis, research and advisory work on international trade, trade and competition law, and trade policy. She has conducted independent research for consultants and academics on international trade law, competition law and international investment law.

Faith previously worked at the Mandela Institute for International Economic Law at the University of the Witwatersrand’s School of Law where she conducted research in international economic law and international trade issues. She also worked at ProBono.Org as a legal advisor where she dealt with public interest issues and advising clients.

Faith has sat on the ELSA African Regional Moot Court as a Panellist and the Gauteng Regional Moot Court Round. She has published articles on international trade issues and public interest law. She holds an LLB (Wits University), Post graduate Diploma in Law (Wits) and an LLM (magna cum laude, University of Bern).