Kweku Aggrey Orleans

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Kweku Aggrey Orleans is a barrister at 12 King's Bench Walk Chambers. He was called to the Bar in England and Wales in 1998 and admitted to the Bar of the Republic of Ghana in 2010. Kweku's practice is largely on employment, personal injury, contract and commercial matters and insurance, acting for both claimants and defendants. In October 2011 Kweku represented a gay black police officer who claimed racial and sexual orientation discrimination against Scotland Yard and the Employment Tribunal attracted coverage in national newspapers. The officer won his case in February 2012, though the Metropolitan Police said it was disappointed with the tribunal's findings and would appeal. Kweku, who speaks fluent French, graduated in Law from King's College, University of London and previously attended the Universite de Paris I, La Sorbonne (Maitrise En Droit). He is a member of the Commercial Bar Association's Africa Committee and contributes regularly to the Personal Injury Law Journal.

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