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Stephen Alan Brobbey

Stephen Alan Brobbey

Stephen Alan Brobbey is a retired jurist. He was a justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana and once served as Chief Justice of the Gambia.

1966

Education
06 July 1966

Education

Brobbey attended Opoku Ware School for his secondary schooling before continuing his studies at the University of Ghana, where he earned his bachelor of laws (LLB) in 1966.

1967

Private attorney
05 July 1967

Private attorney

After being admitted to the law in 1967, Brobbey initially worked as a private attorney before joining the Council for Law Reporting. For his postgraduate studies, he relocated from Ghana to the United Kingdom. He then came back to Ghana in 1972.

1979

District magistrate
11 July 1979

District magistrate

He was chosen by Ghana's then-government to serve as a district magistrate in grade one. Up until 1979, when he was appointed a circuit court judge, he was a magistrate.

1981

 Zimbabwean judiciary
08 July 1981

Zimbabwean judiciary

He began working as a legal consultant for the Zimbabwean judiciary in 1981 under the direction of the Commonwealth Trust Fund Technical Co-operation.

2002

Supreme Court
10 July 2002

Supreme Court

He was appointed a judge of the appellate court in 1991, and in 2002, he was made a justice of the Ghanaian Supreme Court.

2006

05 July 2006

Chief Justice

He served as Chief Justice of the Gambia

2018

Creation of New Regions
05 July 2018

Creation of New Regions

He was selected by the Ghanaian government to lead the Commission of Inquiry into the Creation of New Regions in 2018, the same year he was made chairman of the board of governors of the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO)

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