Pisut Rakwong, MCIArb

Pisut is the Founder and Managing Partner of Pisut & Partners. His main areas of practice are dispute resolution, corporate, insolvency and restructuring, trade competition, labor & employment, insurance, administrative and white-collar criminal matters. Pisut also has extensive experience in Thai court proceedings, as well as in arbitrations under the ICC and TAI rules.

Prior to established the firm, he was a Litigation Partner of Silk Legal, an international law firm based in Bangkok where he was a key member of the firm to drive and generate the new businesses to the firm. Prior to joined Silk Legal, he was the Managing Partner of Jus Laws & Consult, an independent Bangkok law firm where he was engaged in building a litigation department and firm management.

Prior to that, Pisut was the chief of litigators from 2010 – 2015 at Price Sanond Prabhas & Wynne (Formerly known as “Deacons”), where he handled a substantial amount of major litigations and other forms of alternative dispute resolutions, as well as providing legal advice in various fields to local and international corporations.

Prior to that from 2003 – 2010, Pisut was a partner of Rapeepat Public Law Office where he handled many civil and commercial disputes in the Thai courts and arbitrations. Before joining Rapeepat Public Law Office, he was an associate of Sak & Associates from 2000 until 2003. Previously, he was an intern lawyer at Prachuab Seang-Anong Law and Accounting Office.

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

– Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, 2016
– Member of the International Bar Association, 2016
– Member of the Law Association for Asia and the Pacific, 2008
– Barrister at Law, Thai Bar Association, 2010
– Notarial Services Attorney, Lawyers Council of Thailand, 2009
– Litigation Attorney, Lawyers Council of Thailand, 2000

PRESENTATIONS AND SPEECHES:

Amendment of Civil and Commercial Code in Relation to Guarantee Law, invited by A.P. Honda Limited, held from, February, 6 – 8, 2015 and February, 12-14, 2015, in Singapore and Malaysia.

EDUCATION:

– Barrister at Law, Institute of Legal Education of Thai Bar Association, 2010
– Notarial Services Attorney Certificate, Lawyers Council of Thailand, 2009
– Lawyer License, Lawyers Council of Thailand, 1999
– Bachelor of Laws, Ramkhamheang University, Bangkok Thailand, 1999

NOTABLE CASES:

– Advising a major Thai-Japanese automobile company, a major supplementary foods manufacturer, a biggest dealer of Japanese automobile company in respect of distributorship and disputes on the various termination of distributorship.
– Advising, representing and defending a major Thai-Japanese automobile company in relation to criminal charge under the Trade Competition Act of Thailand, which was the first major case of its kind in Thailand.
– Representing a leading Malaysia Hotel Operator in respect of the USD 17 million acquisition from Japanese Investors of a 4 Star Hotel in Koh Samui, Thailand.
– Advising a Thai Hotel Owner in respect of long-term Hotel Management Agreement with an international hotel chain in a 4 Star Hotel project in Krabi, Thailand.
– Advising the World Bank in relation to agricultural cooperation, contracts, and alternative dispute resolutions in Thailand.
– Advising the State of Queensland for competition campaign in Thailand.
– Advised a Charity Organization of England and Wales in respect of its current status, risks, liabilities for a national office in Thailand.
– Advising a Thai public listed company on registering its trademarks around the region.
– Defending a group of celebrities on criminal charges in relation to improperly promoting a local beer through the social media.
– Advising a global reinsurer in relation to property damage and business interruption claims arising from the Bangkok unrest in May 2010.
– Advising, representing and defending a Japanese trading company on THB 2 billion in claims brought by a Thai state enterprise in the South Bangkok Civil Court concerning a contract for the supply of turbines for a power plant and arbitration clause.
– Pursuing a claim in an arbitration under the ICC rules on behalf of a well-known construction advisory firm against its customer in connection with disputes over a hospitality project.
– Representing a US listed company against the Royal Thai Air Force in order to enforce the Arbitral Award in connection with flight simulation systems and governmental procurement.
– Pursuing a THB 2 billion claim in the South Bangkok Civil Court on behalf of a global explosive company against an influential Thai family in connection with a wrongful conduct.
– Defending a global financial institution against a THB 350 million claim from a well-known hospitality group in Thailand in the Phuket Provincial Court in connection with a breach of contract.
– Defending a global airline against a claim from passengers in the IPIT Court in connection with a breach of carriage contract.
– Defending a Japanese shareholder against another shareholder’s request for the Civil Court to revoke a shareholders’ resolution of the joint venture company.
– Defending a global semiconductor company and its directors against a criminal charge filed by a former employee in connection with a purported non-compliance with the Thai labor law.
– Defending a global petroleum company against a computer-related criminal charge filed by its employee based on an allegedly false input of information into the company’s database on its server.
– Pursuing a USD 1.2 million claim on behalf of a global hotel chain against a group of its employees who fraudulently directed online reservation commissions into the accounts of fake travel agencies owned by the employees.
– Defending a global IT company in the Labor Court against a THB 450 million claim from its Thai and foreign former employees in connection with an alleged unfair termination.
– Pursuing a THB 5.8 billion claim in the Administrative Court on behalf of a well-known Thai IT company against a Thai government agency in connection with a breach of an administrative contract by the agency.
– Defending a Thai semiconductor company against a THB 550 million claim from a well-known Thai bank in connection with bill of exchange and mortgage disputes.
– Defending a news agency against a criminal defamation charge in connection with an exposure of a corruption concerning procurement of baggage carousels of an international airport.

Luciano Castelli

Luciano has recently joined Sanzo e Associati Law Firm. A boutique law firm, made of 16 professionals, specialized in dispute resolution, company and bankruptcy law.

Luciano Castelli, previously the founding partner of Mariconda e Associati, has decades of experience in litigation, acquired assisting multinational and Italian companies, particularly in the civil and commercial law. He followed important national disputes and is often appointed arbitrator from colleagues both from institutional bodies (i.e. Milan Chamber of Arbitration and Order of Chartered Accountants of Milan).

Since September 2009, new private law at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Milan and, since December 2011, PhD student in Civil Procedural Law at the University of Milan. Before starting to work with the lawyer. prof. Vincenzo Mariconda in 2009, played his professional activities at Studio Legale Gramellini and Leonelli. He previously worked in the legal department and the department of asset management, division of South America, the Geneva office of Safdié Bank (formerly Bank Multi-Commercial). Since 2012, collaborates with the Group Ipsoa – Wolters Kluwer, the magazine online Contracts (Articles. 1719-1822) and has updated the Civil Code Commented by Guido Alpa and Vincenzo Mariconda (Articles. 2643-2807 ).

Education: University of Milan (JD), University of Finance Geneva – IFGP (Course of Finance), University of Milan (PhD student in procedural law Civil), University of Milan (Corso specialization in Financial Markets Law)

 

Charles H. Camp

Charles H. Camp is an international lawyer representing foreign and domestic clients in international litigation, arbitration, negotiation and international debt recovery. Mr. Camp began practicing law after being admitted by the Louisiana State Bar in 1982. He practiced for large law firms for 20 years until he decided he could provide more effective, personalized representation as an international attorney with his own private law firm.  

In 2001, Mr. Camp opened the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, P.C. to focus exclusively on international dispute resolution, including litigation and arbitration, and international asset location and debt collection. From his convenient office location at the Watergate 600 Office Building in Washington, D.C., international arbitration attorney Camp is ideally situated to provide an exceptional level of service to clients worldwide

Practice areas:

  • International dispute resolution
  • International debt recovery
  • International negotiation
  • Domestic debt collection for international clients
  • International litigation
  • International arbitration

International Arbitration, Litigation and Debt Recovery Firm

Providing international solutions from Washington, D.C.

Mr. Camp’s firm focuses exclusively on the complex and highly specialized area of international dispute resolution, including litigation and international arbitration practice, and international debt recovery. Utilizing his extensive legal experience, Mr. Camp provides extraordinary service and value to select domestic and international clients that include sovereigns, financial institutions, major companies and individuals.

Representing clients around the world

Since opening his international law firm, Mr. Camp has put his unique skill set to work to collect significant sums owed to foreign and domestic clients by major companies and wealthy individuals worldwide, including several members of a Middle Eastern ruling family. Mr. Camp has collected significant sums from debtors based in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Netherlands Antilles and the United States. He’s earned the loyalty of international and domestic clients who depend on his skill, creative problem-solving techniques and unique ability to track down and collect hidden assets. For one such client, a Kuwaiti bank, Mr. Camp obtained a judgment in New York against the Central Bank of Iraq. The same client turned again to Mr. Camp to collect $85 million in hidden assets from another Kuwaiti bank, which Mr. Camp was able to track down in a secret branch in the Bahamas and freeze for the benefit of his client.

The best information wins

Mr. Camp founded his firm on his belief that whoever has the best information wins. Mr. Camp is dedicated to obtaining the best information by utilizing a network of contacts, including former U.S. and foreign intelligence officers, to discover avenues of debt recovery and deeply hidden assets. Combining his investigative resources with a creative, out-of-the-box problem-solving approach to cases, Mr. Camp recovers debts where others have failed. In a notable case, Mr. Camp obtained a court order requiring the People’s Republic of China to appear before the court for a judgment debtor examination and produce documents pertaining to all its commercial assets in the United States — a rare accomplishment in the international debt recovery process.

Achieving significant results for clients all over the world

As a resourceful, efficient and effective international attorney, Mr. Camp is able to offer services at a cost that is directly linked to their value.

 

Charles Waweru Gatonye

With over 30 years of experience, founder of the firm & Senior Partner Mr. Charles Waweru Gatonye is widely regarded as a “high-class and outstanding lawyer” in his field of commercial litigation. He graduated from the University of Nairobi in 1974 with L.L. B (Honours). He is also an advocate having worked in the office of the Attorney General and rose to become a deputy to the then Director of Public Prosecutions.

He is a member of the Law Society of Kenya, the National Advocates’ Disciplinary Committee, East Africa Law Society, international Commission of Jurists as well as the International Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is also a Certified Public Secretary. He has had the singular honour to be appointed by His Excellency the President of Kenya as an Assisting Counsel to the just concluded Goldenberg Inquiry investigating the loss of billions of shillings of public funds.

Mr. Gatonye was also appointed by the Central Bank of Kenya as lead counsel to the Commission of Inquiry into the sale and transfer of the Grand Regency, (the Kimunya Commission).

He has a lot of experience in court work and has litigated at the highest levels in our country. Some of the big litigations Mr. Gatonye has handled in the past include Central Bank of Kenya Versus Uhuru Highway Development Authority worth KShs 13.5 billion and Block Hotels Holdings Versus Kamlesh Pattni, again worth billions of shillings. He is currently involved in a number of litigious briefs for the Kenya Revenue Authority relating to unpaid taxes for sums of more than USD 45 million.

Waweru Gatonye & Company Advocates

Established in May, 1985, Waweru Gatonye & Company Advocates has built a name for itself as one of Kenya’s finest commercial practice firms.

The firm maintains a very good team of litigators and has made an impression in several important fields, including corporate/commercial litigation, conveyance & property matters and arbitration. Specializing in commercial litigation as well as conveyance & property matters, the firm provides pragmatic, solution driven services that add value to our clients’ businesses.

The Firm has grown rapidly in recent years, and embraces an internal culture of motivation, commitment, enthusiasm, and reward. For our clients, their interests are paramount and with that in mind, we offer sound commercial legal services, delivered with total professional commitment. For our employees, we have created an environment of energy, expertise, reward and enthusiasm.

Our objective is to provide professional and excellent legal services and advice while remaining sensitive to the clients’ needs and professional ethics. We aim at being efficient, remaining faithful to the law while sustaining professional relationships with our clients.

 

Oleksandr Zavadetskyi

Advocate Oleksandr Zavadetskyi is the founder of the firm. He received his Law Diploma from Kyiv National University, started his law practice in 1996 and has been admitted to the Bar in 2001. Oleksandr’s main areas of expertise are Dispute Resolution and Business Crime.

Along with handling large litigation cases for high profile multinational corporations, such as AXA Group, ING Group, ZTE Corporation, British American Tobacco, Oleksandr has been involved into recovery and restructuring of international banks’ NPL multi-billion portfolios in the Corporate and Retail sectors, administration and protection of personal assets in various jurisdictions.

In the Business Crime area Oleksandr has represented clients either on defence or on complainant sides in various cases pertaining to Business, Financial and Civil Fraud and White-Collar Crime. In addition, Oleksandr is experienced in representing commercial entities, including foreign companies in Ukraine, in the Criminal Procedure as well as foreign individuals who get into stress situations in Ukraine.

ZAVADETSKYI ADVOCATES:

Dispute Resolution practice of the firm intersects in the domains of Civil, Commercial and Public Litigation and is substantially influenced by it’s Criminal Law expertise. The firm proceeds with the cases of any level of complexity and concentrates its efforts on a result-oriented approach to clients’ needs, developing winning Litigation strategies, providing clients with creative and efficient Dispute Resolution competence in various matters.

Zavadetskyi Advocates represents banks, commercial entities and individuals as claimant or defendant, in a variety of disputes before Ukrainian courts. The main focus of the firm’s practice is on achieving material results — a successfully resolved dispute means not just winning judgments in the courtroom, but insuring clients obtain recovery of debts, compensation for losses and other remedies available. As of January 2017 lawyers of the firm have handled over 700 diverse litigation cases with a total value of claims exceeding US$ 3 bn.

The firm has built long history of representing corporations, boards of directors, business owners and individuals in connection with official Investigations, enforcement, audits, inspections and other proceedings brought up by governmental bodies and also the firm is known for its ability to deal effectively with Tax disputes resolution and settlement, Criminal Advocacy related to Taxation.

The firm has been providing Criminal Law advice, defence and representation in criminal courts and within Criminal Investigations to Ukrainian and international businesses, their stakeholders – entities as well as individuals, for years. Also, the firm assists companies, their officers and owners in a wide range of matters related to various aspects of special regulations such as Anti-Bribery, Regulatory Compliance and Investigations, Anti-Money Laundering and other related to criminal risks and regulatory environment.

 

Mr. Raian N. Karanjawala

Current position: Managing Partner

Practice Area: Dispute Resolution/Litigation Advisory

Mr. Raian N. Karanjawala is the Managing Partner of Karanjawala & Company. An alumnus of St. Columba’s School, Shri Ram College of Commerce, and Government Law College, Mumbai, Mr. Karanjawala co-founded Karanjawala & Company in 1983 with his wife Mrs. Manik Karanjawala who is a noted advocate in India in her own right. During his college days at Shri Ram College of Commerce, Mr. Karanjawala was the President of the College Union. In 2014, Mr. Karanjawala was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate in Law by the Amity University.

With Karanjawala & Company consistently rated as a Tier 1 Dispute Resolution Firm in New Delhi and Mr. Karanjawala consistently rated as a “Band 1” Lawyer in Chambers & Partners ‘Dispute Resolution: New Delhi’, Karanjawala & Company and Mr. Karanjawala enjoy an immense presence in the dispute resolution market in India, especially New Delhi which is the seat of the Supreme Court, one of India’s most active High Courts, and all major Tribunals (National Green Tribunal, National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Competition Appellate Tribunal, Telecom Disputes Settlement & Appellate Tribunal, etc.).

Some of India’s – often even the world’s – biggest business houses and public institutions such as the Tata Group; DLF; Hindustan Times; the Birlas; the Adani Group; Astro; Bombay Dyeing; Britannia; Hindustan Unilever; Procter & Gamble; Colgate; Coca Cola; Vodafone, Price Waterhouse Coopers; GVK; Mafatlal Industries; Piramal; Ambuja Cement; GMR; Morgan Stanley; Star TV; Board of Cricket Control in India; Coffee Board; amongst many others, turn to Mr. Karanjawala when in legal trouble.

Apart from leading business houses, noted individuals from all walks of life, such as the scion of the Scindia Royal Family, Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia; leading business luminary, Mr. Ratan Tata; Former Prime Minister of India, Late Mr. V.P. Singh; three-time Chief Minister of Haryana and Former Union Minister for Agriculture, Late Mr. Bhajan Lal; noted industrialists, Mr. Nusli Wadia, Mr. Suresh Nanda, and Mr. Gopal Raheja; three-time Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Former Union Minister of Defence and Agriculture, Mr. Sharad Govindrao Pawar; Former Union Minister of Defence, External Affairs, and Finance, Mr. Jaswant Singh; former Attorney General of India, Late Mr. Goolam E. Vahanvati; the royal family of Baroda; famous actress, Ms. Karisma Kapoor; erstwhile editor-in-chief of Tehelka, Mr. Tarun Tejpal; leading film producer, Mr. Karim Morani; amongst many others, have all turned to Mr. Karanjawala when in need of top-notch legal advice.

With a larger than life personality and an even bigger heart, Mr. Karanjawala has managed to remain close to public causes and continues to drive the Firm’s pro bono practice which includes having acted on behalf of the Bombay Hawker’s Union in defence of the fundamental rights of 15,000 traders; having secured bail for Mr. Binayak Sen who was detained for being a Naxalite; persisting with world renowned oncologist Dr. P.B. Desai’s case who was ultimately acquitted by the Supreme Court of India; and appearing for the Dawoodi Bohra community.

Described by Clients as a ‘big picture guy’ and undisputedly the top rain maker at the Firm, Mr. Karanjawala is the go-to litigator and strategist in India for complex litigation as well as notable causes.

 

Quentin Bargate

Quentin qualified as a solicitor in 1981 and subsequently he has spent his entire career in top quality City of London law firms. Quentin heads the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, handling all kinds of dispute from debt collections to multi-million dollar matters and is also head of the Superyacht Group. Quentin is an expert in yacht contract work and other commercial contract work. Quentin is able to bring his considerable depth and breadth of experience to bear on matters to help resolve problems and settle complex contracts quickly and cost effectively.

Quentin was a partner for over 14 years in Simmons & Simmons, one of London’s premier law firms, where he was Head of the International Trade and Shipping Group and a member of the Litigation Department and Arbitration Groups, handling complex matters for clients based around the world. He also developed specialised skills in superyacht / megayacht contracts and disputes as well as commercial shipping and trade.

In 2004, Quentin fulfilled a lifetime ambition when he set up his own law firm, Quentin Bargate & Co. In 2006, he was joined by his old friend and former colleague, Andrew Murray, and the firm changed its name to Bargate Murray. The firm has since enjoyed rapid expansion.Quentin is an advocate for alternative dispute resolution (ADR), but he also deals with cases in court when required. He occasionally sits as an arbitrator.

Quentin holds a Master’s degree in Marine law, is a member of the LMAA, a Member of the Nautical Insititute, a member of the IOD and a Freeman of the City of London.

His other interests include photography (Elsevier has published a technical book. “Microstock Photography” written by Quentin under his “Douglas Freer” pen name on stock photography), music and his family.

Litigation Law Practice:

Using our considerable experience in handling complex cases, we seek to avoid time-consuming and expensive court action, whether via an early financial settlement between parties, or through a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution such as mediation.

Where litigation appears inevitable, however, we will approach the matter with you in a way that is sensitive, cost-aware and time-efficient.

We use sophisticated document management software to assist in managing document intensive cases. This helps us both to reduce costs and more efficently identify issues and the documents relevant to those issues.

Our work extends across all levels of the court system. We can assist you with the following:

  • Injunctions and other urgent action
    • Company and shareholder disputes
    • Contract disputes
    • Trade, insurance and shipping disputes
    • Property disputes
    • International cross-border litigation
    • Defamation and libel
    • Banking and financial litigation
    • Employment disputes
    • Debt collection

 

Christer A. Holm

NorelidHolm is a full-service international business law firm which provides legal services covering corporate and commercial law, insurance and reinsurance, marketing law, company law, EU and competition, dispute resolution, litigation and arbitration. The client stock comprises of a vast range of Swedish and international clients, including many of the largest insurance companies in the world.

Thus NorelidHolm is very experienced in dispute resolution, both domestic and international. The partners of NorelidHolm have more than 30 years’ experience of international business law and dispute resolution.

Commenting on the main advantages of mediation as opposed to litigation and arbitration, Christer A. Holm, partner, noted a significant lowering of legal costs and, normally, speed.

“If the concept of ADR also includes arbitration and not only mediation it is normally quick and secret but more costly than litigation,” commented Mr Holm. “It is sought mostly by big corporate clients, often in cross-border disputes.”

Mr Holm has witnessed a significant increase in litigation and commercial disputes in Sweden in the last ten years, which is continuing.

“In order to stop this trend the new law on mediation, the one-instance court procedure and the mandatory mediation before the district courts have been introduced,” said Mr Holm.

“The general trend is that prior to any meaningful mediation is initiated, the parties almost always initiate litigation first, this in order to try to clarify each others’ legal position. Another driving force is the existence of third party financing of legal costs, (normally by insurance cover), which is increasingly the case,” concluded Mr Holm.

Mr. Holm has more than 30 years of experience from international litigation/arbitration/mediation and the latter has been in increasing demand during the last ten years.

Mr. Holm represented AIG in Scandinavia during more than 25 years and handled numerous litigations and arbitrations on AIG´s behalf during “Hank” Greenbergs leadership of AIG.

In the insurance sector he has also represented such international players as Chubb, CNA, ACE and Willis. He has also handled numerous cases regarding re-insurance litigation.

In the general business sector he has represented BMW Group in Scandinavia for more than 20 years handling many EU-competition-law-related disputes in the motor vehicle distribution and services sector.

The law firm NorelidHolm is a member of the international network Insuralex, a world-wide network of law firms that all have special knowledge and skills within the international insurance sector.

In addition to this, his partner colleague and Managing Partner of NorelidHolm, Ms. Susanna Norelid is personally a member of the exclusive (by invitation only) lawyers-club International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), a Chicago-based organization whose members all are international top-lawyers, many with great experience from international arbitration/litigation.

 

Lenka Abelovská

Lenka Abelovská’s primary practice focus is international and domestic dispute resolution, including investment arbitration and litigation. She advises clients in proceedings before arbitral tribunals in investment arbitration cases under ICSID and UNCITRAL rules as well as before local courts. Her experience also includes counseling clients in proceedings before the European Commission and the Court of Justice of the European Union.Lenka further specializes in corporate law. Her corporate experience includes representing clients on cross-border mergers and acquisitions and advising them on all aspects of general corporate matters on a daily basis.

 

Squire Patton Boggs:

We combine sound legal counsel with a deep knowledge of our clients’ businesses to resolve their legal challenges. We care about the quality of our services, the success of our clients and the relationships that are forged through those successes.

Breadth and Depth

Our client base spans every type of business, both private and public, worldwide. We advise a diverse mix of clients, from Fortune 100 and FTSE 100 corporations to emerging companies and from individuals to local and national governments. In the private sector, we provide the full range of legal advice required to implement practical strategies and resolve disputes. In the public sector, we counsel governments on privatization of whole industries and on establishment of regulatory systems under which new private businesses can compete. We also serve the regional needs of the countries and cities we call home.

Whatever is needed, we are able to deliver the seamless cross-practice, cross-border and industry-specific support that clients require for success in today’s competitive markets.

Client Focus

Clients expect knowledge of their business as well as high-quality legal skills from their law firms. Our combination of legal and industry experience allows us to better analyze client requirements and develop the right approach for the matter at hand. Clients receive tested insight and guidance from a team that understands their needs and is able to offer tailored solutions.

We are dedicated to our clients’ success, and their satisfaction shows it. We continue to advise successor organizations of clients that we represented at our formation some 120 years ago.

Business Has No Borders

With offices in 21 countries on five continents, our global legal practice is in the markets where our clients do business. We also have strong working relationships with independent firms in Europe and Latin America.

Our extensive practice and industry knowledge is shared via one of the most robust technology platforms in the legal business, as well as ongoing rotation of lawyers to our offices around the world. In addition, we apply knowledge- and project-management tools to implement continual business process improvements and enhance the value of our legal services.

Outstanding Value

We emphasize quality, efficiency and alignment with client goals as core standards to improve continually our service delivery and the value of what we do for our clients. We encourage and manage processes and tools to improve pricing models, training and resource optimization, knowledge management and more, all centered on our core focus – delivering the services our clients want, when and where they want them and with the value they deserve.

 

Nene Amegatcher

Nene is currently the Managing Partner of Sam Okudzeto & Associates. His areas of practice include Civil Litigation, Corporate and Commercial Law, Land and Labour Law, Constitutional Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Nene has over thirty years of experience as an attorney in Ghana. Nene obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Political Science from the University of Ghana and a Master of Laws Degree in Advanced Litigation and Dispute Resolution from the Nottingham Law School, UK. Nene also has a certificate in Commercial Dispute Resolution from the United States Department of Commerce.
Nene is the current National President of the Ghana Bar Association. He is a member of the General Legal Council, Judicial Council, and the Ghana Arbitration Centre. Nene is also a member of the International Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and the Association of London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) Users’ Council. He is also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a Council member of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association.
Nene is currently an adjunct professor in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Advocacy and Legal Ethics at the Ghana School of Law, Accra. Nene has been invited to speak on the role of ADR in Ghana at Fordham University and St John’s University both in New York. Nene has served as a resource person in training Judges, Lawyers, traditional authorities, and other key stakeholders in ADR in Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal and The Gambia and has presented several papers in Conferences in Ghana, the United States, Papua New Guinea, Senegal, The Gambia and South Africa. He has also served as a consultant for the World Bank in developing an ADR manual for The Gambia and a manual on strengthening the adjudicatory capacity of traditional authorities for improved access to justice. He has also travelled widely and attended several legal conferences across the globe.
Nene Amegatcher is a Christian. He is a founding member of the National Union of Baptist Students, the Christian Lawyers Fellowship, Ghana and a member of Advocates International. He is the immediate past chair of the Board of World Vision, Ghana.
Bars and Courts
Admitted to the Ghana Bar, 1980
Academic qualifications
Nottingham Law School (Master of Laws (LLM), Advanced Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2008)
Ghana School of Law (Professional Law Course) 1980
University of Ghana, Legon (Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Hons), Law & Pol. Science 1977)
Languages
English, Ga, Ada, Twi