2 Ghanaian female lawyers named among 100 top women lawyers of 2021

2 Ghanaian female lawyers named among 100 top women lawyers of 2021

- 2 Ghanaian lawyers have been named by Courtroom Mail in a list of 100 women lawyers of 2021

- Frederica Ahwireng-Obeng and Amanda Clinton made the prestigious list by virtue of their many exploits over the years and presently

- Courtroom Mail describes them as superheroes, heroes, influencers and disruptors

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Two extraordinary Ghanaians, Amanda Clinton, and Frederica Ahwireng-Obeng, have been named by Courtroom Mail as part of the 100 top female lawyers of 2021.

According to Courtroom Mail, those who made the list are women who are currently doing great things and are regarded as superheroes, heroes, influencers and disruptors.

Frederica Ahwireng-Obeng was included in the prestigious list by virtue of her groundbreaking achievements over the years.

In 1973, she joined the Attorney General’s Department in Ghana and worked under the leadership of the late Gyeke Darko (DPP) and Her Lordship Justice Mrs Joyce Bamford-Addo.

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2 Ghanaian female lawyers named among 100 top women lawyers of 2021
2 Ghanaian female lawyers named among 100 top women lawyers of 2021 Credit: ghanaweb.com, courtroommail.com
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In 2009, she joined the Ghana School of Law where she still works as a Senior Lecturer in Family Law. Mrs Ahwireng-Obeng also works at the University of Mountcrest as a Senior Lecturer in Administrative Law.

Amanda Clinton, on the other hand, is the Founding Partner of Clinton Consultancy and a dynamic lawyer who was called to the Bar in England and Wales and the Ghanaian Bar.

She represented the Ghana Football Association when they made formal responses to the government of Ghana and FIFA and remains the first female presidential aspirant of the Ghana Football Association.

Amanda is also a litigation expert with extensive corporate law and reputation management experience in the U.K and throughout Africa.

In another exciting report, a brilliant and hardworking Ghanaian gentleman named Bismark Boadi has made a major transition that has gotten thousands of LinkedIn users pouring out reactions.

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In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, Bismark disclosed that he used to work as a security guard at the National Investment Bank (NIB) in Kaneshie, Accra.

Bismark shared a photo of himself when he was still at post and indicated that his level has changed now as he is enrolled at the University of Mines and Technology (UMAT) in Tarkwa.

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