Tandiwe Nyajeka, Lawyer in Dartmouth
Born and raised in Halifax, and fluent in French and English, Tandiwe is pleased to form the partnership of Nyajeka Green Law with her long-time friend and colleague, Meg Green.
Tandiwe’s practice focuses on corporate/small business, family and divorce law, wills and estate, and not-for-profit law. She appears regularly in the Supreme Court (Family Division) as well as Provincial Court. Tandiwe especially enjoys assisting not-for-profit and small business clients navigate their way through the incorporation process, or other choice organizational structure.
Tandiwe holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Honours English Literature, and minor in Theology, (Concordia University, 2009); a Graduate Diploma in Public Relations Management (McGill University, 2012); and a Juris Doctor 2012/Bachelor of Laws 2003 (Dalhousie University). She was called to the Nova Scotia bar in 2014 and is a member in good standing of the Canadian Bar Association.
Tandiwe aims to provide clients exceptional service and lasting results, favouring negotiated resolutions, but prepared and well equipped to confront matters in court when necessary.
Tandiwe’s unique family tree spans both Zimbabwe and Dartmouth. Her previous work with the United Nations continues to encourage her to balance local needs with global responsibilities.