TEMPLARS (Ghana) is a full-service law firm located in the capital city of Accra.

The team is made up of highly experienced Ghanaian lawyers, many of whom are also dual qualified in other jurisdictions. They provide seamless, high-quality services to clients in key markets like mining, energy, infrastructure, financial services, education, franchising, telecommunications, fintech, and general dispute resolution.

Ghana is the second largest economy in West Africa, and Nigeria is the largest economy in Africa (based on GDP). This puts TEMPLARS in a position to satisfy the growing demand for law firms with extensive local expertise and a proven track record of advising local and international clients in navigating these markets.

TEMPLARS Ghana signifies the beginning of our expansion aspirations throughout the rest of Africa.

For further information about working with us in Ghana, please contact us at [email protected]

Key contacts

Augustine B. Kidisil
Managing Partner (Ghana)
Sarpong K. Odame
Partner
Funmi Iyayi
Partner

Relevant News Ghana

26 February 2024

Cocktails & Conversation with TEMPLARS Ghana

Thursday, 22nd February 2024: TEMPLARS hosted a networking event at the Kempinski Hotel, Accra, Ghana. Read more

29 January 2024

TEMPLARS Merges with Ghanaian Law Firm FEROCITER to Bolster Its Market Position and Offering in West Africa

Leading African law firm, TEMPLARS, and fast-growing Ghanaian law firm, FEROCITER are pleased to announce the merger of their Ghanaian operations to create a formidable legal powerhouse in West Africa’s 2nd largest economy. Read more

22 January 2024

Key Deal Highlights from TEMPLARS’ First Year in Ghana

One year after the launch of TEMPLARS in Ghana, we have advised on some of the most interesting deals in the Ghanaian market in 2023. Read more

Knowledge Center Ghana

5 February 2024

Navigating the Regulatory Landscape of Renewable Energy Investments in Ghana 

The publication, authored by TEMPLARS Partner Sarpong Odame and Senior Associate Aasiya Sarku Nettey, provides a concise roadmap for navigating Ghana’s renewable energy regulatory framework. It analyzes Ghana’s commitment to sustainable development Read more

29 November 2023

The Ghanaian Framework for Public-Private Partnerships

The publication by TEMPLARS Partner Dorothy Mensah, Senior Associate Kezia Owusu-Ansah, and Associate Abena-Achiaa Otuo analyses Ghana’s infrastructure challenges and the role of the Public-Private Partnership Act 2020 (the Act) in resolving them. Read more

31 August 2023

Mineral Rights Acquisition in Ghana: Local vs. Foreign Company Perspectives

Ghana’s mining sector ranked 6th globally in gold production and held the position of Africa’s top producer from 2018 to 2021. The industry significantly contributes to the country’s GDP, attracts foreign investment, and acts as a primary tax source Read more

29 August 2023

Tax Disputes & Dispute Resolution Options Pursuant to Petroleum Agreements in Ghana

The tax regime in Ghana is not immune to ongoing global discussions around equitable taxation and the transparency of tax protocols within multinational corporate frameworks Read more

Ghana office

Accra

1 Labone Link ,GL-027-0268, Labone, Accra-Ghana

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