David Kharly Hodanu

The author of this text is a lawyer and a teacher. He has substantial knowledge and expertise in labour law, having been researching and teaching labour law at the tertiary level for the past twelve years, albeit on a part-time basis. He works whole-time as a State Attorney in the Office of the Attorney-General, Koforidua. He is of the rank of Principal State Attorney.
In his work as a State Attorney, he has successfully defended the Attorney-General as a defendant in a number of labour-related lawsuits.
His colleague lawyers also fall on him from time to time to seek his opinion on some aspects of the labour law.