Emily Victoria Owusu-Nyantekyi
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Emily Victoria Owusu-Nyantekyi

Legal Associate

Education: Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, USA, Economics BA and African Studies (minor).

SOAS University, LLB (Hons) Law Degree, London, United Kingdom.

BPP University, Holborn, London, Legal Practice Course (PgDip LPC).

Ghana School of Law, (QCL).

 

Professional Membership

Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana.

Emily Victoria Owusu-Nyantekyi is a Legal Associate of the Firm with experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Employment & Immigration, Family Law, Trust & Probate, International Anti-Corruption & Compliance and Corporate & Commercial Transactions.

 

Emily Victoria has gained varied experience at multiple commercial and corporate firms in the UK, Nigeria and Ghana where she worked on big ticket transactions and garnered experience in litigation.

 

As an active member of the Firm’s dealings in Mergers & Acquisitions, she has advised an array of clients as it relates to Shareholders Restructuring, Corporate Governance, Due Diligence, Regulatory Compliance and Joint Venture transactions.

 

She also provides corporate advisory on the laws and regulations affecting Employment and Immigration matters in Ghana. In addition, she has advised clients in respect of the Family Law regime and Administration of Estates in Ghana while proffering advice on alternative dispute mechanism to settle any issue that may arise from her areas of practice.

 

Emily Victoria has in-depth training in independent research, cross-functionality and teamwork. She combines legal research with critical thinking and reasoning abilities to produce successful legal outcomes for the firm’s clients.