Legal Education, Corporate Training Research/Publication
We share our expertise with 2 West African Universities, Coventry University, a UK University, and Hundreds of post-graduate student yearly.
We teach postgraduate courses in corporate law, international financial criminal law and business law at the post-graduate level. We serve on the faculty of several leading universities including the Law Faculty, Wisconsin University, the Graduate School of Ghana Telecom University – Our are lawyers for business who teach law, research rules and public management literature all-year round.
The LL.B Project - Our Law Entrance Exams Clinic/Tutorials
We have deep insight into legal education, and the techniques for passing law exams; after all, we are law lectures with credentials from world-class institutions. With a lot of non-lawyers are getting attracted to the practice of law, we have been instrumental in helping many achieve their dream through our popular LL.B Project – our law entrance exams clinic.
We also offer bespoke corporate legal seminars tailored to our clients’ requirements.
We have a very active footprint in public discourse, and we strive to advance the frontiers of legal knowledge through a willingness to share our expertise with like-minded professionals in different jurisdictions. Below are a few of our monographs:
The Legal and Institutional Framework for Offshore Petroleum Resources in Ghana’ (2012) Wisconsin Journal III, pp 35-39
’Customer Intelligence – Knowing your customer can help reduce your credit risk’ upublish.com Security Risk Management, Crisis Mitigation And Emergency Response”, (2011) ”Petro-States in West Africa; The Case For A Rights-Based Model To Oil And Gas Development” (2011)
”A Concise History of Oil And Gas Exploration in Ghana” (2011)
”Consequences of Upstream Oil and Gas Development in Ghana; Public Policy Recommendations” (2011)
“Libya – A Non-International Armed Conflict or An International Non- International Armed Conflict” (2011)
”Ghana’s Environmental Protection Act of 1994 (Act 490) and the Offshore Petroleum Industry” (2011)
”A Cursory Review of Ghana’s Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2008, (Act 749)” (2011) ”The Changing Enforcement Cadastre For Anti-Money Laundering In Ghana” (2011) ”An Appraisal of the Latent Defects In Act526; The Case For Statutory Amendment”, cited by Dr. Kwesi Aning and Ernest Lartey (2009) in their article “Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector: Lessons from Ghana”
The Limits of Parliamentary Oversight over the Intelligence Agencies under Act 526, cited by Dr. Kwesi Aning and Ernest Lartey (2009) in their article “Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector; Lessons from Ghana”.