Kofi Akuamoah is a graduate of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, from which he holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree. He interned in 2013 with Law and Development Associates (LADA) where he was part of the team that worked on the Ghana Civic Education Manual and reviewed and drafted new bye-laws to govern the Akuapim North Municipality. He joined TaylorCrabbe as an intern in 2015 and has since remained a part of TaylorCrabbe, working mostly part time, as he pursues a call to the Ghanaian Bar.
Kofi has an interest in writing and is an avid blogger. In 2018, his short story, Hard Times: A Metaphor on Being a Man, was selected to form part of the Ama Atta Aidoo anthology series, Stories from Adabraka. He has represented the GIMPA Moot team and The GIMPA Debate Society and currently heads Lost in the Words, a social book club. Kofi hopes to learn as much as he can and culminate his skills fully into the legal facets of the Military in the near future.