Aside from lecturing some of the country’s well-known lawyers including some Supreme Court Justices, the Chief Justice, Kwasi Anin-Yeboah and Speaker, Alban Bagbin, he has served as counsel to a number of notable personalities and overseen some of the country’s landmark cases including the 2012 and 2020 Election Petitions.
Having begun his law profession at a very young age of 20, he obtained his first-class honours in the LLB Part II examination.
According to a Ghana News Agency (GNA) publication on July 2, 1969, Tsatsu Tsikata was one of 42 other students to have passed the examination and the only one to have obtained first-class honours among his colleagues.
Two others; Emmanuel Victor Oware Dankwa and Mary Eunice Koranteng Sakyi obtained second class (Upper Division).
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