I am a lawyer at a private law firm called Sory @ Law, and I volunteer as the head of legal affairs for technology start-ups. I hold a Bachelor of Laws degree from Mountcrest University College and expecting to graduate with a Master of Arts in International Affairs from the Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy at the University of Ghana.
I hold memberships in the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, International Technology Law Association, Swedish Arbitration Association, and the International Intellectual Property Law Association. I am an avid learner of languages, with conversational proficiency in French, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese.
My scholarship focuses on international affairs, technology law, commercial legal practice, and diplomacy. I am driven to research the international dimensions of technology law. I worked as a teaching assistant for Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and the Judicial Service as a Judge intern for two Justices of the Court of Appeal during my training as a lawyer.
At the Leaders of Africa Institute, I have enhanced my knowledge in advanced methods of research, qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Currently, I am researching the effect of public policy rules of the common law system on the intellectual property rights of content creators for my graduate thesis.