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Samson is a good governance/anti-corruption/rights advocate, he contributes to critical
national issues including through his weekly Samsonâ€™s Take on NewsFile on JoynewsTv/Fm. He
is also host of THE LAW show to educate and empower citizens on their rights and
responsibilities. He commenced The Prison Change Project in December of 2021 and hopes,
through that vehicle, to advocate and mobilise for change in prison conditions.
Samson is the founding and senior partner of A-PARTNERS @ LAW. He was previously with
Osu-based Gaisie Zwennes Hughes & Co. He holds BA English cum Theatre Arts, LL.B, QCL â€“
Qualifying Certificate in Law, and LL.M - Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution with
practice focus on International Commercial and Investment Arbitration. He is an Associate of
the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
He has been in active practice since being called to the Bar in October 2010, and was a
major crusader for the passage of the Right To Information Law. He has been legal counsel
for/served/serves on committees/boards of the University of Education â€“ Winneba, Law
School and School of Languages of the University of Ghana â€“ Legon, Chairman of the GFA
NC Disciplinary Câ€™ttee and serves on a committee of the Governing Board of recently
established RTI Commission. Is a director of the Lumen Christi Catholic Media Ltd., trustee of the Korle Bu Hospital Trust Fund.
Samson is one of two Africans appointed onto the Board of International Lawyers Assisting
Workers (ILAW) Network under the auspices of the Solidarity Centre working with the
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and the European Trade Union
As a Broadcast Journalist, he was also a BBC Correspondent reporting on a wide range of
issues with emphasis on human rights. He joined the illustrious company of Supreme Court
justices to be a judge in the maiden edition of the Chief Justice Georgina T. Wood Moot
Court Competition for law faculties in Ghana.
He has been invited as guest lecturer at GIMPA and UPSA and desires to play a role in
teaching and research upon a successful completion of a PhD in Law.