Gelaga King

Gelaga King was called to the Bar of England and Wales by Gray’s Inn in 1985 and enrolled with the Sierra Leone Bar in 1988. He practices mainly in England where he was appointed a Crown Court Recorder in 2000. His areas of practice are in crime, professional disciplinary and regulatory work and International Arbitration and Mediation. He is an accredited civil and commercial mediator, an accredited Advocacy Trainer and Legal Assessor for various professional bodies. More recently, he is the Vice Chair of the SL/UK Pro Bono Network working on legal development in Sierra Leone. He has a reputation as highly skilled, measured, forceful and persuasive advocate. He has advised on matters involving the validity of diamond licences, the restitution of alleged conflict diamonds, mineral and oil concessions, foreign investment and miscellaneous disputes. He is also a consultant to the Ghanaian Law firm Lincoln Rose. Gelaga is a contributor to Cpdcast and his latest podcast on Abuse of Process can be downloaded via the following link: Abuse of Process in Criminal Proceedings: 2012. He accepts instructions for matters in Sierra Leone and England.

 

 

 

 


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