Admitted to Ghana Bar in 2004

Naa is a Partner in the firm where she advises a wide range of clients on commercial law, real property law, family and probate matters.

She has been engaged by a number of Banks and as well as Non Banking Financial institution in an advisory capacity as well as day to day legal work on their behalf. She is currently the Board Chairman of a rural bank.

Naa has also done a lot of work for the Legal Aid Board in Ghana. Her functions included organising workshops on behalf of the Board as well as doing pro bono legal work for the Clients of the Board. She is currently serving as a board member of the Legal Aid Board.

In August 2006, Naa was a member of a team made up of Lawyers from West Africa, led by the Current Chief Justice of Ghana, to put together a viable and sustainable working document on ADR in Ghana. The document was a huge success and is being used a guidance tool in the Gambia. In the same year, she was also engaged by the World Bank as a consultant on training Chiefs and Queen mothers in Alternative Dispute Resolution in a bid to decongest the regular courts.

Naa is an avid football enthusiast, having been introduced to the world of football administration when she undertook her national service with the National Sports Council some 20 years ago. She was in September 2018 appointed a member of the Normalisation Committee formed by football’s world governing body (FIFA) and the confederation of African Football (CAF) in consultation with the government of Ghana to replace the Ghana Football Association Executive Committee.

Naa loves to read classics and is very interested in the works of Charles Dickens and the Bronte sisters.

He holds a BA Law and Sociology (Ghana), BL