Ghanaian Lawyer, Christine Ofosu-Ampadu has been called to the New York Bar after she passed the bar exams in July 2019.
Christine was previously called to the Bar of England and Wales.
She has professional experience in Criminal Prosecutions, Courtroom Advocacy, Multi-Jurisdictional Legal Knowledge, and a particular interest in Criminal Law and International Criminal Justice Issues.
Christine is an alumna of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) in Land Economy in 2011.
She went to undertake her Master of Laws (LLM) in International Law and International Relations at the University of Kent from 2012-2013.
Christine later moved on to study a two-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree at the University of Kent, and completed in 2015 with First Class Honours.
Christine pursued her Bar Professional Training Education (BPTC) at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Her remarkable achievement was her ability to secure pupillage as an International Student, after completing her BPTC – a very rare occurrence.
In February 2018, Christine was an Observer at the United Nations Youth Assembly at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
She worked as a Crown Prosecutor with the Crown Prosecution Service, Nottingham UK, where she prosecuted a wide range of criminal cases.
She also worked as an intern with the Prosecution Division of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Christine currently works as a Foreign Associate and Consultant at Rehoboth Chambers in Accra, Ghana.
Christine seeks to work as an International Lawyer with International Institutions such as the United Nations (UN), International Criminal Court (ICC), African Union (AU) and other like institutions.
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