Korieh Duodu, our Senior Partner, is an English and Ghanaian qualified lawyer with over twenty years of practice in both jurisdictions. Korieh advises a range of UK and Ghanaian clients including international NGOs, multinationals and smaller businesses/individuals. Korieh acts for British Airways, Transparency International, the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce, the internationally renowned artist El Anatsui and major Ghanaian exporter to the UK, Blue Skies Products Limited.
David Romain, our Managing Partner, is based in London and focuses on English law matters. He advises a range of UK clients, including journalists and campaigning organisations, on all aspects of media law. David also works with non-profit organisations and private companies, on a range of commercial and compliance matters. He has a background in litigation and has successfully resolved multiple commercial disputes through settlement and mediation.
Victoria is a senior associate at the firm, and is qualified at the Ghana Bar. Her areas of expertise include corporate and commercial law, intellectual property and advisory work on a range of regulatory and compliance issues across a broad spectrum of disciplines and with a wide variety of Ghanaian regulators. Victoria leads on a number of the firm’s major corporate and commercial transactions.
Victoria holds an undergraduate degree in law from University of Surrey, the Legal Practice Course diploma from the University of Law and a Master of Laws in International Business Law from Queen Mary, University of London. She is an adjunct lecturer in intellectual property law at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.
Solange-Gerda Ammah is qualified at the Ghana Bar. Her areas of expertise include dispute resolution, employment law, family law, land law, probate and administration but now focuses on commercial and corporate law with a keen interest in regulatory and compliance issues with a broad range of Ghanaian regulators.
Before then, Solange-Gerda trained as a barrister at London’s Bpp Law School. Solange-Gerda is also a member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.
In June 2019, Solange-Gerda won the coveted Africa Arbitration Academy Scholarship which sponsored her to undertake an intensive training in Arbitration in the United Kingdom. Shortly after that, she qualified as an Associate with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK).A culmination of these experiences gives Solange-Gerda a unique approach to addressing legal challenges/issues.
Ewurabena B. Welsing-Jones is a Barrister called to the Ghana Bar. She recently joined Egality Law and focuses on corporate and commercial law, intellectual property, and commercial dispute resolution. Ewurabena has provided legal and commercial advisory services to a range of public and private multinational and local companies across a range of industries including telecoms, energy, finance, and trade.
Ewurabena says: “My passion is to contribute my skills and legal knowledge towards offering peerless services to our clients across the world.”
Ewurabena is a law (LLB) graduate of the University of Ghana (Legon). She has previously worked in the public sector [SSNIT] and with a number of leading law firms in Ghana. Ewurabena loves sports, particularly football and basketball, and adventure. She also loves trying new cuisines, visiting tourist sites, hiking, and biking.
Hannah Audrey Arthur is a paralegal with the Ghana team having undertaken the mandatory National Service with the firm.
Presently, she assists the firm's lawyers with legal research and registration processes at the Registrar General's Department. She has great interest in human rights and commercial Law and is currently studying for her Qualifying Certificate at the Ghana School of Law.
Hannah graduated at the top of her class from the University of Professional Studies, Accra where she was awarded among others as the best graduating student in contract, criminal and human rights law.
April Amanda Nutakor is an LLB graduate of the University of Ghana. April is currently enrolled in the General LLM program at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
At McGill, she is an O'Brien Fellow at the Centre for Human Rights & Legal Pluralism, and her research interests include human rights and criminal justice. Prior to working with Egality Law, April undertook her national service at the Marketing department of Unilever, Ghana. Her overall work experience spans from legal services in leading law firms in Accra, to marketing and copyrighting services in companies in Ghana, Denmark and the United States of America.
At Egality Law, April supports the team with legal research and analysis with a particular interest in intellectual property, human rights and defamation matters.