Nene Amegatcher | Ghana
Justice Nene Amegatcher was called to the Ghana Bar in 1980. He holds a Master of Laws Degree in Advanced Litigation and Dispute Resolution from the Nottingham Trent Law School, UK. He practiced law from 1980 and rose to become a Notary Public and Managing Partner of the law firm of Sam Okudzeto & Associates. He also served as an adjunct lecturer in ADR, Advocacy and Legal Ethics at the Ghana School of Law, Accra – a position he has held to date. Justice Amegatcher is also a Past President of the Ghana Bar Association. He has held the position of chair of the African Regional Forum of the International Bar Association, Hub chair of the African Region for the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, chair of the Board of World Vision, Ghana and currently chair of the Advisory Council of the College of Humanities at the University of Ghana, Legon. Justice Amegatcher also once represented Ghana on the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Court of Arbitration in Paris.
In 2018, Justice Amegatcher was nominated by the Judicial Council for approval by the President of Ghana, the Council of State and Parliament to sit on the Supreme Court of Ghana. He was sworn into office as a Justice of the Supreme Court in October 2018, a position he has occupied to date.