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Thomas is a Senior Partner at Stobe Law. He is Head of the Transactional, Oil and Gas Practice, as well as Consultancy Group of the firm. His practice focuses on Oil and Gas Law (Policy, State Control, Regulation, Local Content, Legal Audit, Due Diligence, Contractual, Transactional, Commercialization, Revenue Management), amongst other areas.

He is currently the Vice-Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), a statutory body set up under Ghana’s Petroleum Revenue Management Act, 2011 (Act 815), to monitor and oversee the utilization of petroleum revenue by the Government of Ghana. He is also a Lecturer in Law at the University of Ghana School of Law, where he lectures in both the LLB and LLM programs. He is the consultant for Ghana for a number of international consulting entities, as well as jurisdictional author for some international publications in Petroleum Law


He has published articles, particularly on Petroleum Law, in a number of journals, and has advised numerous entities in the petroleum sector as well as other corporate entities, on myriad issues.

Thomas Kojo Stephens

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