Kwadwo Ohene-Boakye

Kwadwo Ohene-Boakye

Kwadwo Ohene-Boakye





Education/Bar Membership

B.A (Philosophy), University of Ghana, Legon
LLB (University of Ghana)
Barrister-at-Law, Ghana School of Law
Member, Ghana Bar Association and International Bar Association

Kwadwo is a Junior Associate who has been with the firm for about 4 years. Kwadwo has assisted in providing advice to key clients in the areas of Construction, Commercial litigation, Government Business, Labour and Immigration.
  • Preparation of construction agreement for a multi-million dollar construction project
  • Preparation of a Power Purchase Agreement.
  • Representation of a client in a multimillion suit against a telecommunication giant.
  • Representation of a Construction company in a construction dispute.
  • Advice on the Domestic Medium Term Note Programme issued by a Mortgage Finance Company in Ghana.
  • Preparation of the Land Use and Spatial Planning Act and accompanying Regulations for implementation of the Act.

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Overall, the biggest expected outcome of the AfCFTA will be value addition opportunities which will cut across agri-business, light manufacturing and emerging heavy manufacturing industries.                                           ...And those who seize the moment may very well be those who may OPTIMIZE the advantage.
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