Nunu joined the firm in November 2010. She holds an LLB degree from Rhodes University. She is currently part of the firm's litigation team and has a keen interest in labour matters, intellectual property and environmental law.
Memory obtained her LLB degree from Derby University, United Kingdom in 2005. After graduating, she held a position as a Development Officer for the Legal Services Commission in London where she was involved in projects developing assessment tools for the Legal Aid scheme in England and Wales. She later gained some private practice experience as a Legal Assistant for a law firm in Dublin.
Memory joined Scanlen & Holderness in March 2011 and is currently working in the litigation department. Her interests lie in Corporate and Commercial law, Trusts and Investments, Competition law, Contract law, Debt Collection and foreclosures, Constitutional and Administrative law and Intellectual Property. She is a keen golfer and a member of the Rotary Club of Hunyani.
Farayi joined Scanlen & Holderness in 2014 as an associate in the litigation department. He holds an LLB (Hons) (Wales) and is keen on establishing a strong practice in commercial litigation, labour and corporate law. He previously worked at the International Bar Association's commercial law department and continues to maintain a close relationship with staff in its London Office as he is keen on legal reforms beneficial to society and the continued enhancement of the legal profession. In his spare time, Farayi enjoys all disciplines of sport and takes a keen interest in all forms of literature with or without legal connotation.
Chipo is a 2014 graduate of the University of Witwatersrand where she obtained her LLB degree. She joined the firm in April 2014 and is currently part of the firm's litigation team and has a keen interest in criminal law, insolvency law, family law, commercial law and contract law. Besides her legal interests, Chipo's hobbies include playing tennis, squash and swimming.
Rudo graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2010 with a University Book Prize and the Law Society of Zimbabwe Book Prize for her outstanding academic achievements. After University she worked for a human rights organization where she worked as a lawyer representing human rights victims. In June 2012, she was awarded the Cambridge- Commonwealth Shared Scholarship top read for a Master in Law with the University of Cambridge (UK). In 2014, she joined Scanlen and Holderness. Rudo is an avid litigator with a passion for labour law, human rights law, company law as well as international investment dispute resolution. Rudo enjoys competitive sports.
Brighton obtained his LLB degree form Midlands State University. He is also a registered Conveyancer and Notary Public. He joined the firm straight from Law School as a legal intern in October 2014 and became an Associate in April 2015. An avid reader and researcher with an eye for detail, Brighton is passionate about Labour Law and has written articles in this area of the law. He regularly writes articles for Midlands State University Law Review Journal. Brighton is also becoming an impressive litigator with a thorough approach to litigation. He also has a keen interest in Commercial, Corporate, Banking, Family, Conveyancing, Insurance and Mining law. In his spare time, Brighton enjoys playing tennis and reading
Pretty is a registered legal practitioner, notary public and conveyancer who obtained her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Degree from the University of Zimbabwe in 2016. She joined the firm as an intern and was offered the position of associate in February 2017.
Pretty is interested in litigation, which she believes is an essential tool in the development of social, economic and political norms around the globe. She is especially passionate about family law disputes, commercial law, labour law and criminal law. As a vibrant and determined young lady, she also aspires to break new legal ground and be involved in landmark cases which will stand as excellent precedent for future generations.
Fidelis joined Scanlen from South Africa where he graduated with an LLB degree, with a Distinction, from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He went on to study for a Masters in Corporate and Commercial Law, at the same institution, majoring in Company Law, Banking & Finance and Advanced Contract Law. Fidelis believes Corporate and Commercial Law is vital and essential for the creation of sustainable institutions in the Country and the world at large. He aspires to make meaningful contributions to the commercial landscape in the country.