Michael is an Associate at AB & David, Ghana. His areas of focus are Dispute Resolution, Government Business & Regulation and Trade. His recent publications and presentations include assistance with the development of a policy framework for the AfCFTA and consultancy services for the national AfCFTA Strategy for Gabon. He has also assisted in the development of policy and legislative framework for major continental DFIs and States on international trade. He is part of the team working on a multimodal corridor West Africa project.
He serves on the Services Export Sub Committee for the Ghana National Export Development Strategy and the Junior Management Team of AB & David, Ghana.
He holds a BA in Political Science and French from the University of Ghana; a Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française (C1) from the Centre International D’Études Pédagogiques and a Diplôme Universitaire d’Études Françaises (C1) from the Université de Caen. He obtained his LLB from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration and his Qualifying Certificate of Law from the Ghana School of Law. He is a member of the Ghana Bar Association and the International Bar Association.
His recent publications and presentations include:
The AfCTA Agreement: Post-COVID-19 Considerations
THE LAWS ARE NOT TO BLAME? – A Commentary On The Non Performance of State Owned Enterprises In Ghana
THE CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN AND THE AfCFTA: Frequently Asked Questions
The AfCFTA Protocol on Trade in Services – A Paper to The Ghana Bar Association
AfCFTA Basics And Potential Impact On Our Practice