Meet Ama Aboagye Da Costa, the youngest lawyer to be called to the Ghana Bar

Ama Aboagye Da Costa has become the youngest person in the Ghana legal system to be called to the Bar at the age of 22 years. The young lawyer entered the Law Faculty of the University of Ghana at the budding age of 16.

Law in Ghana is without a doubt one of the most gruelling professions to break into. Da Costa however muscled through and has become an inspiration to many aspiring young women.

Ama Aboagye Da Costa enrolled at the Grace Preparatory School, East Legon, and then Aburi Girls in 2012 where she was a student of distinction in both arts and the Sciences.

Da Costa’s laurels also include being the recipient of the Best Student in Civil Procedure Award (2020/2021). We believe her deep knowledge of mathematics and her French-speaking skills bolstered her decision-making and multi-cultural perspectives.

Congratulations, Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana. Continue to embody the virtues of perseverance and justice.





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