The Bentsi-Enchill Letsa and Ankomah Law firm is set to hold a memorial lecture in honour of the founder of the firm, Kojo Bentsi-Enchill.

The event comes off this Thursday, May 26 at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

A Partner of the firm, Frank Nimako Akowuah, speaking on the Super Morning Show on Tuesday, noted that “we at the law firm credit him for three things; innovation, mentorship, and research. He was noted “for creating and developing systems for the practice of law.

Memorial lecture to be held in honour of Kojo Bentsi-Enchill

“He was also concerned with training and mentorship and has trained many Ghanaian lawyers who are doing very well. He was also big on legal research and so it is only relevant that the inaugural lecture we are instituting in his honour is about the history of Ghanaian Commercial Law.

The event will be held on the theme: “the Evolution of Regulation of Commerce in Ghana.”

Memorial lecture to be held in honour of Kojo Bentsi-Enchill

Retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Prof Samuel Date-Bah will grace the occasion as a speaker.

The lecture, which will commence at 8:00am, is strictly by invitation. However, interested parties can participate via zoom and other social media handles of the law firm.