Edmund is a British-Ghanaian lawyer (England and Wales qualified) with a keen interest in Sustainable Development, Human Rights, and environmental protection. His legal experience includes litigation in the High Court, mediations and arbitrations on multi-million-pound matters concerning fraud, misrepresentation, energy disputes, commodities, infrastructure and construction.
Edmund graduated with a first-class degree in Modern and Medieval Languages from the University of Cambridge, and speaks English (native), French, Spanish. After graduating he gained started his career in the not-for-profit sectors in the UK and Brazil, including working for an NGO that supports Rio de Janeiro’s favela communities with community development programmes and human rights issues. Edmund transitioned to studying law in 2016 to develop experience in global trade, commerce, energy and infrastructure, in order to gain the legal skills necessary to advocate for causes about which he is passionate.
Before joining Pogust Goodhead in 2022, Edmund completed his training contract at HFW and worked in Mayer Brown’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution team (focusing on both contentious and non-contentious construction and infrastructure law).
Areas of Expertise
Business and human rights
Supply chain and parent company liability
University of Cambridge, BPP University
Trainee – HFW
Associate – Mayer Brown
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