Justin Amenuvor is the Managing Partner of Amenuvor and Associates. His areas of focus are litigation and dispute resolution particularly arbitration which he became involved in after qualifying as an Arbitrator in 2009.
Justin has over 29 plus years in private practice and has represented individuals, various multinational and national companies, government agencies, financial institutions including local and multinational banks in several matters both at the trial and appellate courts in matters spanning across various area of law including company law, employment, property, family, probate, land and other commercial transactions.
In Justin’s practice as an Arbitrator, he has acted as Counsel in various arbitration matters and has also acted as a Sole or Co-Arbitrator and has a longstanding relationship with the only Arbitration Centre in the country.
Justin began his legal career with Tetteh & Co where he worked for over 10 years beginning as a Pupil and then becoming a Senior Associate. Justin is a skillful litigator who is quick on his feet and has an enviable knowledge of the law on procedure. Throw any question on procedure at him and Justin will have all the answers.
Justin is also a fearless litigator who has won several cases at the trial courts, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
Justin has also held various positions within the Bar and has acted as the Secretary of the Greater Accra Bar Association and subsequently the Secretary of the Ghana Bar Association a position he has held since he was elected in 2013 to 2018.
Justin graduated from the University of Ghana with an LLB (Hons) and was later called to the Ghana Bar in 1995. He was appointed a Notary Public for Ghana in 2007 and is a Member of the Ghana Bar Association and International Bar Association
Justin is a member of the rule of court committee of Ghana and serves on the governing council for common wealth lawyers association. He also serves on the board of various private and governmental organizations.
Justin enjoys travelling and reading the occasional fictional and non-fictional book when he is not buried in law books and reports.