Misheck Brian holds a bachelor of laws degree LLB from the University of Fort Hare East London South Africa. Misheck’s passion for animal Law stems from his six years as a Career Magistrate with the Judicial Service Commission of Zimbabwe. Working in Chiredzi, a jurisdiction which is home to vast tracts of natural wildlife areas, Misheck adjudicated and presided over nearly a thousand wildlife crimes which are perpetrated in areas like Gonarezhou National Park. Having seen some species of animals depleting due to criminal activities, Misheck believes an effective judicial system aided by the works of wildlife conservancies are effective mechanisms that can be used to protect all species of animals from extinction. Over the years, Misheck has risen to the Office of Provincial Magistrate and presides over criminal and civil disputes.
In his spare time, Misheck loves traveling in the most natural and untouched wildlife areas and seeing wild animals in their most natural state.
Misheck says that he is “passionate about preservation of the world in its most natural form for future generations”