A justice of the Court of Appeal, Justice Dennis Dominic Adjei, heads to the UK as the only West African to be elected and appointed as Inns of Court Judicial Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies for the 2022–23 academic year.

Sir Dennis Adjei, as he is popularly called, was selected by the Inns of Court Fellowship Selection Committee made up of a panel consisting of the Director of the Advanced Legal Institute and one senior Bencher from the Lincoln’s Inn, Middle Temple, Gray’s Inn and Inner Temple. A person who does not belong to one of the four Inns of Court shall not become a barrister in England and Wales.

He was recently appointed a judge of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Arusha, Tanzania.

Earlier, the Court of Appeal judge made Ghana proud with his selection as one of the nine-member Advisory Committee on the nomination of judges for the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague, Netherlands.

His latest appointment is as a result of being a Senior Judge with the track record of extensive academic publications in law. Countries qualified are Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Singapore, South Africa, and the United States of America (Federal).

The Chief Justice, Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, has congratulated him for making Ghana’s Judiciary and the whole country proud, and granted him three months to undertake the Fellowship from January 2023 in London.

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