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Brief Profile: Philip Addison


Philip AddisonBrief Profile: Philip Addison

Addison Philip is a Ghanaian, born in Accra , Ghana in June, 1956. He is a graduate of the University of Ghana (LL.B Hons 1982) and the Ghana School of Law (Qualifying Certificate in Professional Law 1984).  He was admitted to practice in Ghana as Barrister-at-Law and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana in 1984, and Notary Public in 1996.

He is also a graduate of the prestigious Academy of American and International Law at the South-Western Legal Foundation on the campus of the University of Texas at Dallas , Texas , United States of America (1991) and the Wisconsin Institute for International Legal Programs at the University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison , Wisconsin , United States of America (1994).

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Mr. Addison Philip is a Solicitor, Barrister-at-Law and Senior Partner of the Law Firm of Afro-Solicitor , one of the leading Commercial Law Firms in Accra , Ghana , West-Africa. He is a member of the International Bar Association, International Law Association, World Jurists Association, World Intellectual Property Law Forum, Commonwealth Lawyers Association, American Society of International Law, Conference on Consumer Finance Law of United States of America, America Chamber of Commerce (Ghana) and the Ghana Bar Association. He is an Associate Member of the African Venture Capital Association, the American Bar Association and the American Intellectual Property Law Association where he serves on the prestigious Emerging Technologies/Internet Committee of the latter Association.

In recognition of and appreciation for his contributions to the scholarly activities and publications of the Center For International Legal Studies, Austria , Mr. Addison Philip was recently elected a Member of the Congress of Fellows and Legal Scholars of the Centre for International Legal Studies, Austria . In further recognition of his outstanding achievements in the field of information and communication technologies law, Mr. Addison Philip was recently appointed a member of the International Legal Team for Intel Corporation.

Mr. Addison Philip is a contributing author to a number of international publications, including Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments (published by Maxwell Publications, England 1993); Structural Changes In the Banking Industry in West Africa (published by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Accra, 1994), Trade Marks, Trade Names and Unfair Competition: World Law and Practice (published by FT Law & Tax, England 1996); International Regulation of Banking and Banks and The Control of Money Laundering ( published by Carlton Laws of the World Limited, England 1999) Doing Business in 2005: Obstacles to Growth (published in September 2004 by the World Bank); author of Short Notes on the Legal System, Economy and Recent Financial Laws in Ghana (Consumer Finance Law of United States of America, Quarterly Report, Vol.48 No. 1 of 1994); Survey of International Sea Carriage Regimes in Ghana (published by Centre for Maritime Policy now available on the Internet located at the Uniserve Law International Commercial Law site); An Overview of the Copyright Laws of Ghana (published in the 1996 Edition of the International Intellectual Property Law Yearbook by John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 1996) and Ship Registration in Ghana (published in the February 2004 Edition of the Maritime Advocate).

Mr. Addison Philip is currently contributing a chapter on The Ghana Stock Exchange & The Foreign Investor ( for publication in the International Financial Law Review 1000 as part of IFLR 1000 Clients' Guide to Corporate Finance Legislation) and The Law and Practice of Foreign Direct Investment in Ghana (for publication in the Foreign Investment Law Journal of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes).

He has been a featured speaker before various groups on banking and corporate law organised by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Accra , Ghana . Mr. Addison Philip is a member of the Board of Governors of the Ghana Branch of the American Chamber of Commerce.


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Paakwame (16.08.2013 (16:29:13))
Congratulation on your achievements Yes No Sir Philip Addison; it my gratitude to have found your contact. and im just say congratulations ; though the judgement hasnt come.
Congratulations Mr. Philip Addison.
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Money Ako Adjei (18.08.2013 (19:57:53))
enquirer Yes No i want to know if mr.Philip Addison is a phd holder .thanks
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Richard Akoto (24.08.2013 (15:44:02))
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Sarkodie Daniel Kojo (28.08.2013 (12:06:29))
Yes No Mr philip addisson indeed ure a great person ,urlifemotivate s me alot and am hoping and strivn to be like u
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justice ankomah- boamah (30.08.2013 (09:13:32))
my mentor Yes No ive come to know and appreciate your legal prowess courtesy this electoral petition. I salute u and i say kudos. I simply love u .... i would love to study law and hope to be like you. I would be happy if you were a friend. (0246201011)
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Fred Nana Akwasi Owusu Anane Dove (08.09.2013 (07:59:25))
spring board Yes No Mr. congrats.....commandant in the battle of law....SALUTE!!
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Jude Mensa Duncan (14.09.2013 (23:39:50))
A man of Integrity Yes No Indeed, the whole of Africa is proud of you...
Despite the outcome. I just pray for God's protection and Grace on you and your Family...
Thank-you Lawyer Philip Addison :)
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zenabu Ibrahim (06.10.2013 (11:06:31))
A man of peace Yes No I like the way u talk...
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Prince Andoh (07.10.2013 (20:03:09))
Greetings Yes No You are my role model
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osei yeboah bright (15.11.2013 (15:36:05))
Yes No I like you Mr.Addison i pray that the almighty should continue to bless you and your descendants.
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