Who we are

About Us

Tembo Law solves access to justice problems for clients by advising clients on the position of the law about the problem, conducting legal research, drafting necessary documents/filling out forms and providing legal representation for clients. These services ensure that clients’ cases are informed by the law, filed in the proper courts and follow prescribed timelines and procedures. By contracting our legal services, clients are buying peace of mind and assurance that their legal problems are in safe hands.


Access to meaningful Justice for all regardless of social-economic status: Whether you are a private client, pro-bono client or fall in between, there are creative ways to ensure that client’s legal needs are met. That is why Tembo Law takes on private retainers, legal aid clients and provides legal coaching to self-represented litigants who cannot afford retainers nor qualify for legal aid.


To provide high-quality and timely legal services in immigration law, family law and legal coaching tailored to clients’ unique situations while leveraging technology to ensure excellent customer experience, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

Core Values

1. Excellence (providing competent top-notch legal advice, solutions and excellent client experience).

About the founding Lawyer

Hawah is trained and qualified as a lawyer in Uganda and Canada (Alberta & Ontario). She has practiced in a government setting, a general practice law firm, a personal injury law firm and in a pro bono legal service organisation. She brings to the firm a wide range of experience and skills that she has acquired over time from working in different law practice settings. These include but are not limited to; analytical skills, persuasive skills, legal research and writing, drafting and legal advocacy. Her recent experience working at the Edmonton Community Legal Clinic (ECLC) has cultivated her empathy and awareness in providing solutions while working with clients facing various social-economic challenges.

When not lawyering, Hawah enjoys spending time with family, immersing herself in a good book, watching a humorous movie, taking walks in the park, sledding, cycling and exploring places with in the Edmonton Region and surrounding towns.

Community service and involvement

  1. Since July 2021, Hawah has volunteered at the ECLC where she provides legal advice in family law, civil litigation and immigration law.
  2. Since 2020, Hawah has sat on the Legislative Review (North) Committee of the Canadian Bar Association, Edmonton, Alberta where she reviews and makes recommendations on bills that have been introduced in the Alberta Legislature.
  3. Hawah is listed on the Legal Aid Alberta Lawyer Roster, handling Family Law and Immigration Law matters.