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Dr. Raymond A. Atuguba

Wrong Dr. Raymond A. Atuguba?

Executive Secretary To the Presid...


Employment History

  • Lecturer, Faculty of Law
    University of Ghana
  • Teacher
    University of Ghana
  • Senior Lecturer In Law At the Faculty of Law
    University of Ghana
  • Contributor
    Ghana Review International
  • Managing Partner
    Law and Development Associates
  • Lecturer In Law
    Law and Development Associates
  • Team Leader
    Law and Development Associates
  • Barrister and Solicitor
    Supreme Court of Ghana
  • Teacher
    Faculty of Law
  • Projects Director
  • Executive Director
    Legal Resources Centre
  • Projects Director
    Legal Resources Centre
  • Lecturer In Law, Director
    Legal Resources Centre

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Bachelor of Laws Degree ( LLB
    University of Ghana
  • Juridical Science Degree
    Harvard Law School
  • Bachelor of Laws Degree ( LLB )
    University of Ghana
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Web References
etvgh Blog [cached]
Accra, June 06, 2012 Executive Secretary of the Constitution Review Commission, Dr Raymond Atuguba, Wednesday on Awake pointed some sections of the constitution which are likely to be amended or retained. Although...
Judiciary is Ghana's most corrupt institution - Dr. Atuguba tells Rashida
Accra, June 06, 2012 Dr Raymond Atuguba, a constitutional lawyer and the Executive Secretary of the Constitutional Review Commission (CRC), reiterated to Rashida Nasamu his frank belief that the judiciary is...
Speaking to Ghana news, Executive ..., 14 Aug 2012 [cached]
Speaking to Ghana news, Executive Secretary of the Constitutional Review Commission, Dr Raymond Atuguba disclosed some of the recommendations made by the committee.
Dr Atuguba further explained how emoluments are paid to public servants.
He said, "Everybody who works in the public service as president is entitled under our current constitutional regime to what is called ex-gratia.
Dr. Atuguba noted that there was a principle which spelt it out that when a public servant "works for x number of months, you are entitled to x number of months pay.
Dr. Raymond A. Atuguba - ..., 25 Oct 2012 [cached]
Dr. Raymond A. Atuguba - Co-Chair in Charge of Fundraising
He obtained his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Ghana in June 1997 and his Masters in June, 2000, and Doctoral degrees in Law from Harvard Law School in June 2004. He is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana, having obtained a Certificate to Practice Law from the Ghana School of Law. He is currently studying for an Executive Masters in Business Administration at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
He is a Lecturer in Law at the Law Faculty in the University of Ghana, where he teaches Conflict of Laws (Private International Law), Administrative Law and several Human Rights and Law and Development Seminars.
He is the Managing Partner of Law and Development Associates (LADA), a private firm. In this context, he has worked with and consulted for governments, and many national and international human rights and development organisations. He is currently a member of the United Nations High Level Task Force on the Right to Development.
Dr. Atuguba has researched, written and published extensively, mostly in relation to the intersection of law, policy and human rights, and the politics and economics of development, institutions and institutional change.
Broadcast, film and convergence [cached]
Ghana: Don't sell off GBC - Dr Atuguba
Ghana: Don't sell off GBC - Dr Atuguba
Dr. Raymond Atuguba, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Ghana said last Thursday that to sell the national broadcaster GBC was to sell the potential voices of the Ghanaian and African people to pave the way for their complete oppression by national and global forces.His speech was in response to a debate currently taking place in the country about how best to finance GBC, which like many African state broadcasters, is short of funding.
He said the government of Ghana and the public should be willing to pay 0.5 percent of Value Added Tax to turn GBC into a global media giant such as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the Voice of America (VOA), Cable News Network (CNN) and Aljazeera.He said the distinguishing difference between GBC and other global media giants must be that the GBC should seek to serve the public interest.Privatisation of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) was not the panacea to the problem of funding Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) in the country.
GBC must reform, yes, but reforming GBC does not mean marketising it:"The fact that the market model is the cheapest, most readily available, and the currently the most dominant, does not mean that it is the proper model for GBC".He said there was overwhelming evidence that the global marketisation of public broadcasting had not been a success story.
Dr. Atuguba also argued that the attempt by GBC to adapt to new circumstances, especially with the explosion of both radio and television stations in the country, the corporation was at risk of destroying its philosophy and the mandate that it was set up for.He said with the fanatical and tense desire by the corporation to meet targets and pay the bills through competition could completely erode the philosophy, orientation, standards, systems, and practice of distinct and socially valuable broadcasting system that public sector broadcasting should be.
Raymond A. Atuguba is a ..., 8 Jan 2013 [cached]
Raymond A. Atuguba is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, where he teaches Constitutional Law; Administrative Law; Ghana Legal Systems and Method; Jurisprudence; Conflict of Laws (Private International Law); and several Constitutional Law, Governance, Human Rights, and Law and Development Seminars.
Confirmed: Atuguba appointed as Secretary to President MahamaInformation reaching indicates that Dr Raymond Atuguba has been appointed as secretary to the President.
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