Drucil E Taylor

Drucil E. Taylor was called to the Sierra Leone Bar in 2010. Prior to that he worked for the Law Reform Commission of Sierra Leone and in the process, was involved in providing research for the drafting of most of the contemporary Legislation in the country (eg. The Mines and Minerals Act 2009). He was part of the Constitution Review Committee for the 1991 Constitution and was also involved in the drafting of the new Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2008. He went on to work at Anti-Corruption Commission prosecution unit for four years.

He has been involved in many training programs on International Humanitarian Law and international Criminal Law by the International Committee of Red Cross and the International Criminal tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha, Tanzania and the International Law institute, Kampala Uganda. He had also acquired training on negotiation of Disputes in International Trade.

He forms part of the team at BMT LAW CHAMBERS that provides legal services to many corporate houses both domestic and foreign as well as interface with international legal firms. Drucil’s workload includes advising international mining companies operating in Sierra Leone, venture capitalists and heavy duty machinery service providers on matters of Sierra Leone law, employment and finance and debt recovery. He has contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide on Mining Law - Sierra Leone 2015.


Mineral rights and natural resources law specialists
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