Lom Nuku Ahlijah is a lecturer at the Law Faculty of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, where he teaches Commercial Law and Legal Research and Writing. He is the Managing Attorney at Integri Solicitors & Advocates, a corporate and commercial law firm.
Lom holds a BA (Psychology and Sociology) and an LL.B from the University of Ghana. Lom also holds an LL.M from Harvard Law School, Massachusetts, United States of America and a certificate in the “Language of Business” from Harvard Business School. Lom is called to the bar in Ghana and New York State, United State of America. He has served as an external consultant to London Research International and as an International Visiting Counsel in the UK Law Firm of Berwin, Leighton & Paisner LLP (now Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP) on the International Lawyers for Africa Programme.
Lom has significant corporate and transactional experience advising a wide range of clients across various sectors including the energy, banking and finance sectors. Lom has been a contributor to the World Bank’s ‘Women, Business and the Law’ publication since 2018.
He is married to Kweki Quaynor Ahlijah, Esq. and they are blessed with a son; Delasy Xose Ahlijah.

  • Ghana Energy Law and Policy: Electricity (Hardcover)

    Electricity is an essential commodity for modern life, and Ghana is no exception. The country’s economy, social well-being, and development rely heavily on the availability and accessibility of electricity. However, despite significant strides made in the electricity sector, Ghana still faces several challenges, including inadequate supply, high tariffs, and inefficient distribution.

    Electricity law and policy play a crucial role in addressing these challenges and ensuring the sustainable development of the sector. Understanding the legal and regulatory framework governing electricity in Ghana is vital for stakeholders in the sector, including policymakers, regulators, investors, and consumers.

    This book aims to provide a comprehensive overview of energy law and policy in Ghana with an emphasis on electricity. It covers various aspects of the electricity sector, including generation, transmission, distribution, and consumption. It also examines the role of regulatory bodies, such as the Energy Commission, in regulating the sector.

    The book features contributions from experts in the field of electricity law and policy in Ghana, offering a diverse range of perspectives on the sector. It is intended to serve as a reference guide for stakeholders in the electricity sector, as well as researchers, academics, and students interested in energy policy and regulation.

    As Ghana continues to pursue its development agenda, the electricity sector will remain a crucial component of its economic and social development. This book aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse on electricity law and policy in Ghana and, ultimately, to the sector’s sustainable development.

  • Commercial Law in Ghana: Sourcebook (Hardcover)

    Commercial Law in Ghana: Sourcebook is written as a primary text for the study and practice of commercial law in Ghana. The book prioritises Ghanaian judicial decisions in the discussion of the various topics and legal concepts in commercial law. The book covers topics such as Law of Agency, Sale of Goods, Hire Purchase, Negotiable Instruments, Banking, as well as commercial litigation and arbitration. The book contains a lucid reader-friendly analysis of topics in commercial law in the light of relevant Ghanaian case law and legislation. The book will serve the needs of students of the law by providing them with legal analysis backed by Ghanaian sources. It would also serve as a practical guide to practitioners of commercial law.

Main Menu