TEMPLARS (Ghana) is a full-service law firm located in the capital city of Accra. It is the outcome of a strategic partnership between TEMPLARS and AMPEM Chambers.
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]
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