Sophia holds a BSc in Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and an LLB from the University of Ghana, Legon. She was called to the Bar in October, 2013.
Sophia previously served as an adjunct lecturer at the Mountcrest University College, Faculty of law where she taught the law of Contract and Ghana Legal Studies. Her love for knowledge has seen her serving as the “Dean” of the in-house training desk of the Firm.
She currently heads the Mining, Energy and Power team where she handles matters for both local and foreign clients. She has immense expertise in complex multi-million dollar international business transactions, corporate and commercial transactions within the extractive and energy space, mergers and acquisitions, Public Private Partnerships. She has extensive dispute resolution including international arbitration experience where she has handled matters resolved under various rules. She is a member of the Association of International Energy Negotiators (AIEN) previously Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).
Sophia currently serves as a Commissioner of the Ghana International Trade Commission (GITC) where she acts in both an advisory and dispute resolution capacity, by sitting on matters of unfair trade practices such as dumping and subsidies. She also serves on the boards of a number of private organisations.
She has a passion for the development of young people and provides support to a number of youth-led Small and Medium Scale Entrprises (SMEs). This passion has seen her serve as advisor to a number of youth focused public entities including the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
She is an avid reader of several genres with her favourite authors including Wilbur Smith, Salman Rushdie, Bernard Shaw and C.S. Lewis.