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Theodore Nzoe Adimazoya
(Associate)

B.A (KNUST); LL.B (Ghana); LL.M Candidate (Calgary)


Theodore devotes a substantial portion of his practice to representing clients involved in oil and gas disputes. On behalf of both individual and corporate clients, he advises on a wide range of issues involving extractive resource governance, oil and gas asset acquisitions and divestments, share acquisitions and divestments involving oil and gas companies, operating agreements, product marketing, gas sales and purchase contracts, pipeline transportation matters, oil and gas pipeline dispositions, financial and physical (facilities) regulation of electric and gas utilities and drafting of legislations.

Theodore holds an LL.M in Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law from the University of Calgary, Canada, where he was the recipient of the coveted N.D McDermid Scholarship for academic excellence and the first recipient of the International Bar Association (IBA) Scholarship for Energy and Natural Resources Law Studies. He also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree from the University of Ghana and a Professional Certificate in Law Practice from the Ghana School of Law as well as a B.A (Hons) Degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi Ghana.

In 2010, Theodore represented the University of Ghana at the 14th Annual International Environmental Moot Court Competition held in Stetson, Florida USA, where he emerged the 4th best oralist of the Competition. In the same year, he was part of the Ghana School of Law moot court team that represented Ghana at the International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition held in Washington D.C where he again emerged as one of the top 5% of oralists at the competition.

Theodore is a member of Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), and a past honorary Associate member of the Environmental Law Institute. He has several publications to his credit.

E. theodore.adimazoya@ayineandfelli.org
M. +233 (0)242 826 643