Flore is a lawyer at the Cameroon Bar Association since May 2008.
Flore holds a master’s 1 degree in private law with specialisation in judicial carriers obtained at the University of Douala.
From 2011 to 2013, she has participated in several seminars and workshops organized by the European Union and the Supporting Programme of the judicial sector of the OHADA Uniform Acts. These years of training organised and chaired by accredited professionals as well as the daily practice of law has deepened her knowledge and skills in OHADA law.
She joined Z&P in August 2016 after 7 years of practice at Barrister Martin Kamako’s law firm.
She has worked on the Camrail case, at the centre for the management and compensation of victims of the T 152 railway accident of October 21, 2016 in Eséka.
She provides advisory and litigation services in the area of civil, criminal and labour law.