The International Law Group will formally open its broad street Liberia offices on Tuesday June 25 with a mosaic of corporate and legal personalities in attendance.
The new law firm according to its profile is a small firm with a big corporate and government focus. The firm is designed for the foreign client in need of services from lawyers who are familiar with international jurisprudence and the confluence of their own laws and how it affects their business in Liberia.
Tuesday’s formal launch will outdoor the firm which has already imprinted its footprints on the Liberian legal landscape when it, along with a team of notable firms, took on the case Qf the Liberia Maritime Authority et all and the Representatives of the family of the Cadets case which now goes up on appeal at the Supreme Court of Liberia.
The firm with its Founding Partner and Lead Counsel J. Fonati Koffa Esq. is a graduate of the University Of North Caroline School Of Law in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA is also engaged with the Government of Liberia in a number of legal cases.
Along with other lawyers the firm has a combine 30 years of experience in legal practice both in the United States and Liberia and over 40 years of experience in government and International non- governmental organization work. Attys. Medina Wesseh and Saifuah Mai Gray bring new dynamism and innovation to the practice of law in Liberia.
The ILG is expected to attract corporate heads from Major Law firm in the country, banking institutions, selected Senators and Representatives from the National Legislature, media publishers and Chief Executive and Operations Officers and the firm’s growing list of international clientele.