Celia Asaana was called to the Ghana Bar in March, 2012. She worked as an Associate Lawyer in a reputable law firm in Accra where she enjoyed a high level of autonomy and responsibility, working closely with a team of about twelve lawyers to deliver professional legal services to over a dozen Ghanaian and multinational institutions.

Her National Service after her LL.B was undertaken at the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) where she gained experience in human rights and administrative law related issues. She has worked as a Legal Officer providing expert company secretarial assistance and is currently the Head of the Advisory Unit in the largest non-banking financial institution in Ghana.

She has over 11 years’ experience in law practiceduring which time she gained rich experience in areas relevant to corporate, pensions, tax, financial, litigation, labour, human rights and land law.

Education: She obtained her first degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (LL. B) (2009) and was called to the Ghana Bar after completing the Ghana School of Law, Accra(PLC) (2012).