Kwaku has appeared both as single advocate and junior counsel in a wide variety of cases ranging from R v JA, murder trial to R v LA, an Environmental Agency (“EA”) prosecution in which the EA sought a benefit figure of £4.6m, to DP v AS, a matter in the Privy Council where the appellant sought to pierce the corporate veil to SF, a lengthy article 2 Coroner’s inquest.
Outside court Kwaku has undertaken disclosure work for the Government Legal Department in relation to both the Grenfell Tower and Cyprus Colonial Litigation disclosure projects.
Before pursuing a career in the law, Kwaku worked as a fixed income analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch dealing primarily with structured products in the UK banks space. Prior to commencing pupillage, Kwaku worked as a paralegal for Lambeth Council on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
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