Kwabena Gyamfi Nimakoh
Kwabena Gyamfi Nimakoh
Kwabena Gyamfi Nimakoh is a corporate transactional and litigation lawyer. He has wealth of experience in corporate law, energy & natural resource law, labour law, intellectual property law and corporate legal compliance & auditing.
Kwabena has a long standing experience in representing individuals and institutional clients both domestic and international. Some of his works include: working as consulting counsel for the acquisition of shares in a leading logistics service provider in Ghana; consulting and transactional counsel for the implementation of a new Senior High School Electronic Card System implemented by the Ghana Education Service; Consulting Counsel and Lead Corporate Compliance Counsel for a telecommunications services provider; 2nd Lead Consulting Counsel on the construction and sale of affordable housing units project for the Government of Ghana; and Consulting Counsel on a rate and levies collection agreement between the Government of Ghana through the local assemblies and municipalities and third party service providers.
In his legal practice, Kwabena has worked as Lead Associate Attorney at Mercer & Company, where he had direct supervision and training of many interns and pupils under the law firm’s internship programme; he also had a stint with working with Minkah-Premo & Co as well as the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) as an intern. Kwabena currently works as the Legal Affairs Manager for GOIL and is very active as a legal consultant.
Kwabena has a Qualifying Certificate of the Ghana Law School and is called to practice as a Solicitor and Barrister in Ghana; he holds LLB (Hons) from University of Ghana; as well as a BA(Hons): Sociology & Political Science from the University of Ghana. He is a member of Ghana Bar Association (GBA) and a product of Adisadel College.
Kwabena has the following published works to his credit:
- From Surreal to Real; When Does Copyright Protect? The Idea-Expression Dichotomy in Copyright Law
- 2012 Student Law Journal University of Ghana.
- Suing Paramours: The Amatory Torts of Seduction and Enticement in Ghana, 2014 Ghana School of Law Student Journal.
- Contributor, Enabling the Business of Agriculture: Comparing Regulatory Good Practices 2016- a comparative report by the World Bank Group.
- Contributor, Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017 – a comparative report by the World Bank Group.
- Co-author, Commercial Real Estate in Ghana: Overview- published on Practical Law website: www.uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com