Nankunda is co-founder of the African Law & Tech Network. The ALT Network is a pan-African, inclusive community at the intersection of technology and legal services in Africa.
It is a hub and facilitator of dialogue and collaboration between stakeholders including tech entrepreneurs, regulators, legal services providers, policymakers and investors. The ALT Network’s mission is to provide a one-stop shop for information, advice and collaboration to bridge the legal and regulatory gaps required to support the growth of digital and tech innovation across the continent and to contribute to the growth of the African legal sector.
The ALT Network is powered by Hook Tangaza, a research and advisory company working globally with law firms, institutions and governments to build more competitive businesses, stronger institutions and better regulated markets in the legal services sector. Nankunda leads on Hook Tangaza’s work on business growth and strategy for firms and institutions.
Previously, Nankunda held senior positions at the Commonwealth Lawyers’ Association and the Law Society of England and Wales most latterly, as Head of International Policy. Nankunda was recognised by Thomson Reuters/JP Morgan Powerlist 2014 and 2015 of the 100 most influential black Britons for services to the UK legal sector.